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Henrik Forss' Bucket T of Stockholm, Sweden. The first version of Henrik's T Bucket was completed in the Summer of 2001.
Henrik Forss' Bucket T of Stockholm, Sweden. The second version of Henrik's T Bucket was completed late in 2001.
Junichi Shimodaira's 1930 Ford Model A Tudor Sedan of Nagoya, Japan. The car, known as Rod Riguez was built by Junichi at his shop Paradise Road. The first version of Rod Riguez was completed in December of 2002.
Frank Livingston's 1949 Chevrolet Fleetline, the Caribbean II, of San Leandro, California. Frank's fourth 1949 Chevrolet was built as a recreation of his first 1949 Chevrolet, the Caribbean. The recreation was restyled by OZ Welch, and the build was completed in 2002.
Richard Zocchi's Second 1962 Pontiac Grand Prix was restyled by Lucky 7 Custom for Richard Zocchi of Walnut Creek, California. The car was built as a chopped clone of a 1962 Pontiac Grand Prix that Gene Winfield restyled for Zocchi in 1962. The build was completed in 2002.
Junichi Shimodaira's 1930 Ford Model A Tudor Sedan of Nagoya, Japan. The car, known as Rod Riguez was built by Junichi at his shop Paradise Road. The second version of Rod Riguez was completed in 2003.
Nick Phillips' 1955 Chevrolet convertible was restyled by Bo Huff at Bo Huff Customs. Completed in 2004, the car is a clone of Sam Barris' 1955 Chevrolet convertible as it appeared while Stan Robles owned it.
The first annual Jokers Car Show was held June 5th, 2004 in Tidaholm, Sweden.
Bob Benn's 1936 Ford 3 Window Coupe
Bill Layman's 1954 Mercury of Bethel Park, Pennsylvania. Inspiration for the build came from Dick Jackson's 1954 Mercury. Bill's Merc was completed in 2005.
Lasse Mäenpää's 1958 Chevrolet Impala was given a Watson inspired paint job by Pekka Wizzard Mannermaa in 2005.
Vic Collins' 1955 Chevrolet truck of Rahway, New Jersey. Vic's truck is a clone of George Barris' 1955 Chevrolet truck, the Kopper Kart. Restyled by Customs by Flash and John Maurice, the build was started in 1999, and completed in 2008.
Walter Leeman's Second 1951 Chevrolet Fleetline of Delta, Colorado. The build was completed in 2009.
The Car Craft Dream Rod was built by Bill Cushenbery for Bob Larivee of Promotions Inc. The first drawings of the car appeared in Car Craft October 1961. The build was completed late in 1963. In 2009 Mark Moriarity completed a restoration of the car.


Hot Rods and Show Rods of the 2000s

Henrik Forss' Bucket T
Junichi Shimodaira's 1930 Ford Model A Tudor Sedan - Rod Riguez


Custom Cars of the 2000s

Bob Benn's 1936 Ford 3 Window Coupe
Frank Livingston's 1949 Chevrolet Fleetline - The Caribbean II
Jesus Valencia's 1949 Chevrolet Club Coupe
Frank Epstein's 1951 Chevrolet Bel-Air
Walter Leeman's Second 1951 Chevrolet Fleetline
Bert Gustavsson's 1951 Dodge
Joseph Garcia's 1951 Ford
Rick Reynoso's 1951 Ford
Chris Gomez' 1951 Kaiser
Bill Layman's 1954 Mercury
Nick Phillips' 1955 Chevrolet Convertible
Vic Collins' 1955 Chevrolet Truck - The Kopper Kart Klone
Lasse Mäenpää's 1958 Chevrolet Impala
Richard Zocchi's Second 1962 Pontiac Grand Prix


Show Cars Restored in the 2000s

The Car Craft Dream Rod


Custom, Body and Paint Shops of the 2000s

Customs by Flash
Drag 'N Shop
Lucky 7 Customs
Oz Welch
Starlite Rod & Kustom


Custom Upholsterers and Upholstery Shops of the 2000s

Bob De Vine
Everlast Upholstery


Hot Rod and Custom Car Shows of the 2000s

Jokers Car Show





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