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The Most Punk Rock Model T

Michelle Haunold Lorenz, 54, the CEO of Gearhead, a magazine and record label based in Elk Grove, Calif., on her and her husband Bill Lorenz’s 1927 T bucket roadster, as told to A.J. Baime.

The punk rock and hot-rodding movements came about in the same way. In the 1940s, friends would get together in a garage and mess with a car. They would say, “Hmm, how can we get this thing to go faster and look cooler?” Then they would take the car out and race it. With punk rock, friends would get together in a garage and come up…

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