Kustomrama has more on the Honest Charley Speed Shop of Chattanooga, Tennessee and its mascots, with photos of a custom '34 Ford as well as a '39. This looks like the latter with the former's front end.
Europa opens weary eyes.
(John A) Lasley Tool & Machine Co., Beloit WI
Sport 1931 = 1pOB; Velie M-5, later 90hp Lambert and 65hp Continental; span: 20'0" length: 18'0" load: 300# v: 110/100/45 range: 300 ceiling (est): 11,000'. [N819N] is one of the original Roza creations of the early '30s. It was acquired by Franklin Aircraft Co., who modified it as a prototype for their Sport 90. Purchased by Lasley c.1935, who built and installed Peyton Autry-designed wings, then sold it to Lloyd Gabriel. After a crash, it was rebuilt in 1953, reportedly with 125hp Continental, then crashed to destruction in 1957 while buzzing a house. Lasley Sport biplane photo and text from Aerofiles.