Mothers® 9th Annual Shine Award Winner
Details: “Deucenberg” is a beautiful 1932 Ford B400 built by Alan Johnson at Johnson’s Hot Rod Shop in Gadsden, AL, and owned by
Doug Cooper of Oyster Bay Cove, NY. Paint is BASF bordeaux, interior was done by Paul Atkins Interiors and plating by John Wright Custom Chrome. Originally a personal
project of Alan Johnson’s, there are an estimated 16,000 hours put into the build. Powertrain features a LS6 mated to a Bowler 4-speed overdrive transmission.
A one-off stack fuel-injection air cleaner is just one of the unique features. The heads were re-flowed and it also has one-off valve covers,
a one-piece engine and oil pan, additional sheet metal is a one-off skin for the engine and transmission. This 1932 Ford was also the 2009
Ridler Award Winner, Goodguys Street Rod of the Year winner, and “Best Street Rod” at Shades of the Past 2009. Location: Bilstein Booth #23665.
In addition to the Shine Award, 11 Mothers Choice Awards were also presented during the show. See menu on left for Mothers Choice Award winners.
The Shine is a trophy depicting a car detailer’s towel rendered in bronze and awarded to the winner of the annual Shine Award at SEMA.
This “Best of Show” trophy is rendered in bronze by automotive sculptor Steve Posson.