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Johnny Zaro 1941 Ford

  JOHNNY ZARO 1941 FORD   Originally created for John Vara by George Barris. This radical full fade away fendered 1941 Ford padded topped Convertible is best known as the Johnny Z...
by Rik Hoving
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1989 Oakland Roadster Show

  1989 OAKLAND ROADSTER SHOW   Bob Dzemske and his son visited the 1989 Oakland Roadstershow and captured some of the many Custom Cars that were entered in the 40st Anniversary of...
by Rik Hoving
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1950 Oakland Roadster show

1950 Oakland Roadster show

  1950 OAKLAND ROADSTER SHOW In 1950 Al and Mary Slonaker organized the first Annual National Roadster Show. Mostly entered by Hot Rods, but the Custom entries in this show has always ...
by Rik Hoving
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John Quintal 1956 Album

  QUINTELL 56 ALBUM   Nor Cal Custom Enthusiast Ron Brooks has an amazing collection of Custom Car Historic material, and the great thing is, he loves to share it. This time Ron s...
by Rik Hoving
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Gil Ayala at the 1951 Roadster Show

  GIL AYALA AT THE 1951 ROADSTER SHOW   Lynn Ayala recently share some really great historic Custom Car memorabilia from her dad. Gil Ayala entered the Ayala built 1940 Mercur...
by Rik Hoving
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Dick Read’s T-era – almost finished

  ITCHING EXPERIENCE   In this last article on Dick Read’s Show Car, the T-era, we show you the second part of how it was created. Go to part one, or part two of the Dick Re...
by Rik Hoving
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Dick Read’s Show Rod – How it was created

  HOW IT WAS CREATED   In the first article on Dick Read’s Show Rod we showed you how the car looked liked when it was competing on the car-show circuit. In this second arti...
by Rik Hoving
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Dick Read’s T-era Show Rod

  LOST 60’s SHOW ROD   In the late 1960’s Dick Read from Hoopeston, Illinois designed and constructed his dream Show Rod. after showing it for two years Dick sold it a...
by Rik Hoving
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Former AMBR painted by Larry Watson

LARRY WATSON PAINTS THE NIEKAMP ROADSTER The first winner of the prestigious Most Beautiful Roadster award, at the Oakland Roadster show in 1959, was Bill Niekamp’s 1929 Model A Roads...
by Rik Hoving
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