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Gil Lippincott's 1934 Ford Tudor was built in California in 1950, but Gil brought the car with him when he later moved to Safford, Arizona.
Harold Agresti's 1951 Cadillac Series 62 Coupe was restyled in the San Francisco Bay Area around 1956/1957. In the early 1960s it was sold to Arizona.
Barry Atkins' 1955 Chevrolet of Columbia, Connecticut. The car was supposedly restyled in 1958, but the original owner and builder are unknown. Barry bought the old custom from Red McCormick of East Hartford, Connecticut in the early 1980s. He restored and restyled it further before he sold it in 1984. Marc M. of Wittmann, Arizona bought the old custom in 2005.

Frank Sonzogni's 1950 Mercury was destroyed in Phoenix, Arizona.


Hot Rods of Arizona

John Patrick's 1932 Ford 5-Window Coupe
Gil Lippincott's 1934 Ford Tudor

Custom Cars of Arizona

Bob Stonoff's 1936 Ford
J. R. Bloom's 1940 Chevrolet
Joe Hernandez' 1940 Mercury
Louis Schindler's 1947 Chevrolet
Ermie Immerso's 1950 Mercury
Harold Agresti's 1951 Cadillac Series 62 Coupe
Keith Charvonia's 1951 Kaiser Manhattan
Jim Musil's 1951 Mercury Convertible
Barry Goldwater's 1953 Jaguar XK-120
Barry Atkins' 1955 Chevrolet
Rick Dore's 1957 Buick - The Lavender Persuasion

Shops in Arizona

Bell Paint and Custom Shop
Desert Cylinders
Irene's Trim Shop
RD Kustoms
Squeeg's Kustom
Zumanos Custom Shop

Citizens of Arizona

Barry Goldwater
Bob Stonoff
Charles Hall
Eddie Salcido
Ermie Immerso
Gil Lippincott
Jan Bennett
Jim Musil
Joe Hernandez
John Patrick
J. R. Bloom
Keith Charvonia
Louis Schindler
Rick Dore
Sicela Evemari Hernandez
Stanton Stonoff

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