Yokohama Hot Rod Custom Show 2015

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Junichi Shimodaira of Paradise Road in front of his latest creation, a custom transporter for his chopper. Photo by Howard Gribble.
Photo by Howard Gribble.
One of Howard Gribble's favorite cars at the show, a 1964 Mercury Marauder belonging to a member of Strongers of Three River car club; "My dad bought one brand new and I wanted to customize it. That didn't happen but if it had I can only hope it would have looked this cool!" Photo by Howard Gribble.
Photo by Howard Gribble.
A purple metallic 1950 Ford coupe featuring an Oldsmobile grille and Cadillac hubcaps. Photo by Howard Gribble.
A 1959 Chevrolet Impala custom, influenced by Jerry Yatch's 1959 Chevrolet Impala. An old Bill Hines creation known as the Xcidian. Photo by Howard Gribble.
The Sphinx, a 1954 Chevrolet owned by a member of the Pharaohs car club. Photo by Howard Gribble.
Photo by Howard Gribble.
Photo by Howard Gribble.
Photo by Howard Gribble.
Photo by Howard Gribble.
Photo by Howard Gribble.
Photo by Howard Gribble.

The 24th annual Mooneyes Yokohama Hot Rod Custom Show was held December 6, 2015 at the Pacifico Yokohama International Exhibition Hall in Yokohama, Japan. Show guest cars of the year included John D'Agostino's 1968 Buick Riviera, Tom Foster's 1952 Chevrolet Styleline Deluxe and Ashley Cunningham’s 1950 Ford.





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