Metal of Honor Roadster
Metal of Honor 1932 Ford Roadster
This 1932 Ford roadster, dubbed “Metal of Honor” was built by the men of The IronMen Foundation. This not-for-profit organization provides scholarships to the children of our slain and disabled warriors. The car, painted olive drab with hand painted digital camo graphic, is built entirely from donated parts. During an extensive U.S. Tour the car was autographed by 43 holders of the Congressional Medal of Honor. It was then auctioned at Barrett-Jackson Scottsdale, in 2012, for $150,000.
“Interestingly, Inland Empire Driveline’s Aluminum drive shaft was the first component donated to the project and the last one installed.”
Chuck Caswell, Director, IronMen Foundation
For more information on The Ironmen Foundation visit IronmenFoundation.org