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Johnny Bierfeldt's 1932 Ford Roadster, of Norwalk, California was a Long Beach Qualifiers car. It was painted by Bart Root and upholstered by Don Hudson.
Bob Schremp's 1954 Chevrolet Bel-Air of Norwalk, California was restyled by Branson's Custom Shop in the mid 1950s. In 1956 Bob's Chevrolet received a scallop paint job by Larry Watson. The paint job was done in the driveway of Watson's parents, and it was the first car Watson gave a scallop paint job.
The first version of Bob Huffman's 1965 Chevrolet Impala, of Norwalk, California, featuring a bumperless front end design, restyled rear end and Hydraulics on all four corners was completed in 1966.
The second version of Bob Huffman's 1965 Chevrolet Impala, of Norwalk, California, was based on a design by Harry Bradley. The car was restyled by Bob and Tom Chafin. The build was completed in 1968.


Hot Rods of Norwalk, California

Johnny Bierfeldt's 1932 Ford Roadster

Custom Cars of Norwalk, California

Clyde Castleberry's 1940 Ford Pickup
Hayward Mendenhall's 1953 Ford Pickup
Bob Schremp's 1954 Chevrolet Bel-Air
Henry Contreras' 1955 Chevrolet
John Chavez' 1955 Oldsmobile
Bud Campbell's 1955 Plymouth Sport Coupe
Jack Arnold's 1956 Mercury
Jack James' 1957 Buick Special
Harry Okuda's 1957 Dodge
Bob Huffman's 1965 Chevrolet Impala

Car Shows in Norwalk, California

Norwalk Motorcade

Car Clubs of Norwalk, California

Norwalk Coachmen

Citizens of Norwalk, California

Bob Huffman
Bob Schremp
Bud Campbell
Harry Okuda
Hayward Mendenhall
Henry Contreras
Jack Arnold
Jack James
John Chavez
Johnny Bierfeldt

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