Wally Hersom heads up the Bigfoot Field Researcher’s Organization, which as the name suggests, spends much of its time engaged in projects to shed some light on the infamous Sasquatch. But when he’s not chasing down new leads for the mysterious creature, Hersom delves into his other big passion – ’32 Fords. This year, he decided to bring the two together by commissioning Rob Green of JKR Racing to build a ’32 Deuce coupe from the ground up for the 2010 SEMA show.
Powered by a 350 ci Chevy small-block V8, complete with a Weiand supercharger, the Deuce sports a TCI chassis, Wilwood brakes, Currie 9-inch rear end and Gibson exhaust among other things. But the crowning touch is the paint, which incorporates murals of Bigfoot on the doors and rear decklid.
The car was conceived to spread awareness about the Bigfoot phenomena and the idea behind it came about after Hersom and Green met during a Poker tournament, proving that sometimes, gambling can lead to good things. For more information on JKR Racing, click on the link below.
[Source: JKR Racing]