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1932 Ford Roadster

Dave & Renae Petersen

When the Happy Day's show ended in 1984, our '32 was used to carry Marion Ross, aka "Mrs. "Cunningham" [who rode in the front seat] - and Erin Moran, aka "Joanie" [who rode in the rumble seat] during the finale parade. In 1985, our '32 was selected for the cover of the 1985 Snap-On Tools calendar and the Nov./Dec. page. In 2008, I was invited to join the Happy Day's cast and producers for breakfast at Miss Katie's Diner in Milwaukee when they arrived for a special event called "Bronze the Fonz" - wherein a life-size bronze statue was dedicated in the City of Milwaukee to Henry Winkler's character Fonzie, aka "The Fonz". In 2009, our '32 was invited to attend a very special Snap-On Tools reunion event in Kenosha, WI - and as I drove the '32 into the event, the gate-keeper stopped me and said: "My Dad chose this car, the models, and designed the sets for the 1985 Snap-On Tools calendar!"  I replied, "You've got a good eye and even better memory." He pointed to where he wanted me where to park the '32, and asked me to stay with the car until he joined me in a few minutes. When he walked up he said that he'd called his dad, a now retired Snap-On Tools executive, saying that his Dad was driving 1-1/2 hours to come and see me, and the '32.
COPYRIGHT © 2017 JOHN'S INDUSTRIES INC. 100 AXLE DRIVE CASPIAN, MI 49915 PHONE: 906-265-9999 TOLL FREE: 800-332-3450 FAX: 906-265-4632

1932 Ford Roadster

Dave & Renae Petersen

When the Happy Day's show ended in 1984, our '32 was used to carry Marion Ross, aka "Mrs. "Cunningham" [who rode in the front seat] - and Erin Moran, aka "Joanie" [who rode in the rumble seat] during the finale parade. In 1985, our '32 was selected for the cover of the 1985 Snap-On Tools calendar and the Nov./Dec. page. In 2008, I was invited to join the Happy Day's cast and producers for breakfast at Miss Katie's Diner in Milwaukee when they arrived for a special event called "Bronze the Fonz" - wherein a life-size bronze statue was dedicated in the City of Milwaukee to Henry Winkler's character Fonzie, aka "The Fonz". In 2009, our '32 was invited to attend a very special Snap-On Tools reunion event in Kenosha, WI - and as I drove the '32 into the event, the gate-keeper stopped me and said: "My Dad chose this car, the models, and designed the sets for the 1985 Snap-On Tools calendar!"  I replied, "You've got a good eye and even better memory." He pointed to where he wanted me where to park the '32, and asked me to stay with the car until he joined me in a few minutes. When he walked up he said that he'd called his dad, a now retired Snap-On Tools executive, saying that his Dad was driving 1-1/2 hours to come and see me, and the '32.
COPYRIGHT © 2017 JOHN'S INDUSTRIES INC. 100 AXLE DRIVE CASPIAN, MI 49915 PHONE: 906-265-9999 TOLL FREE: 800-332-3450 FAX: 906-265-4632

1932 Ford Roadster

Dave & Renae Petersen

When the Happy Day's show ended in 1984, our '32 was used to carry Marion Ross, aka "Mrs. "Cunningham" [who rode in the front seat] - and Erin Moran, aka "Joanie" [who rode in the rumble seat] during the finale parade. In 1985, our '32 was selected for the cover of the 1985 Snap-On Tools calendar and the Nov./Dec. page. In 2008, I was invited to join the Happy Day's cast and producers for breakfast at Miss Katie's Diner in Milwaukee when they arrived for a special event called "Bronze the Fonz" - wherein a life-size bronze statue was dedicated in the City of Milwaukee to Henry Winkler's character Fonzie, aka "The Fonz". In 2009, our '32 was invited to attend a very special Snap-On Tools reunion event in Kenosha, WI - and as I drove the '32 into the event, the gate-keeper stopped me and said: "My Dad chose this car, the models, and designed the sets for the 1985 Snap-On Tools calendar!"  I replied, "You've got a good eye and even better memory." He pointed to where he wanted me where to park the '32, and asked me to stay with the car until he joined me in a few minutes. When he walked up he said that he'd called his dad, a now retired Snap-On Tools executive, saying that his Dad was driving 1-1/2 hours to come and see me, and the '32.
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PHONE: 800-332-3450 TECH LINE: 906-265-9999