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Larry Neves' 1924 Ford Model T Roadster of Oakland, California. In 1950 Larry's roadster came second to Bill NieKamp's 1929 Ford roadster for the America's Most Beautiful Roadster award at the Oakland Roadster Show. Woody Lee bought the car shortly thereafter. He owned it for a little while before it ended up with Chuck Chenowth.
Al Palamidas' 1925 Ford Model T Roadster
Don Hentzell's 1927 Ford Model T Roadster Pickup
Frank Rose's 1927 Ford Model-T Roadster
G. L. Harlander's 1939 Ford V-8 convertible sedan of Oakland, California was restyled in the 1940s.
Ted Leventhal's 1950 Chevrolet Convertible of Oakland, California was restyled by Emory Robinson's Custom Shop in 1955. Painted in a green iridescent lacquer by Mel Pinoli's Body and Paint Shop, Ted's Chevrolet is known as the first car ever to receive a Candy paint job.
Johnny Johnson's 1951 Kaiser of Oakland, California. Johnny was a founding member of the Swanx of Oakland car club.
Ted Lundquist's 1951 Kaiser of Oakland, California. Ted was a founding member of the Swanx of Oakland car club.
Douglas Yeager's 1953 Nash Rambler Country Club
Lee's Speed Shop of Oakland, California manufactured and sold speed equipment for cars and boats. The shop was run by Lee Chapel.


Oakland is a city in California.

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Grand National Roadster Show

Oakland is the home of the Grand National Roadster Show.The first National Roadster Show was held in 1950. In the beginning the show was known as the Oakland Roadster Show.


Hot Rods of Oakland, California

Larry Neves' 1924 Ford Model T Roadster
Al Palamidas' 1925 Ford Model T
Don Hentzell's 1927 Ford Model T Roadster Pickup
Frank Rose's 1927 Ford Model-T Roadster
Mary Jane Edwardson's 1930 Ford Roadster
Robert Accosta's 1933 Ford Sedan


Custom Cars of Oakland, California

Tommy the Greek's 1936 Ford Phaeton
G. L. Harlander's 1939 Ford V-8 Convertible Sedan
Tom Hocker's 1940 Ford Coupe
Pierre Paul's 1941 Buick Special
Dave Murdock's 1950 Chevrolet
Ted Leventhal's 1950 Chevrolet Convertible
Bob Travers' 1950 Ford Convertible
Elton Kantor's 1950 Ford Hardtop
Pete Millino's 1950 Ford Convertible
Warren Gonzales' 1950 Ford Convertible
Johnny Johnson's 1951 Kaiser
Ted Lundquist's 1951 Kaiser
Erv Castro's 1953 Ford Convertible
James Conners' 1953 Mercury
Douglas Yeager's 1953 Nash Rambler Country Club
Joe Cirimele's 1955 Ford
Roxy Pearson's 1959 Chevrolet Impala


Shops in Oakland, California

Automotive Artists
Hall Upholstery
O.K.
Scottie's
Western Wheel and Rim Service


Pinstripers of Oakland, California

René Molé
Tommy the Greek


Car Clubs of Oakland, California

Bay Area Customs
Bay Cities Conservatives
Londeaus of Oakland
Nomads of Oakland
Oakland Heaven Pacers
Oakland King Pins
Oakland Smokers
Swanx of Oakland


Speed Shops of Oakland, California

Lee's Speed Shop


Citizens of Oakland, California

Al Palamidas
Bob Travers
Dave Murdock
Don Hentzell
Douglas Yeager
Elton Kantor
Emery Robinson
Erv Castro
Frank Rose
G. L. Harlander
Joe Cirimele
Johnny Johnson
Larry Neves
Manuel Azevedo
Mary Jane Edwardson
Pete Millino
Pierre Paul
Red Lee
Robert Accosta
Roxy Pearson
Ted Leventhal
Ted Lundquist
Tom Hocker
Tommy the Greek
Warren Gonzales
Woody Lee



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