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Ralph Lysell's Rally is a Norwegian bubble-top sports car built at Norwegian Aircraft Industries LTD in Oslo, Norway in 1951. The car was meant to be the first production sports car of Norway in the 1950s, but it never made it into production.
Per Røed's 1932 Ford Cabriolet as it appeared in 1958. Per's cabriolet is considered one of the first hot rods of Norway.
Tore Tømmerås' 1935 Ford 5-Window Coupe was built in Oslo, Norway in the late 1950s and it is one of the first hot rods of Norway.
Per Ivar Kolgrov's 1948 Mercury Convertible of Oslo, Norway was restyled around 1963/1964. The car is known as the first custom cars of Norway.
Jarle Pedersen's 1953 Mercury was owned and restyled by Jarle Pedersen of Oslo, Norway in the mid 1960s.
Per Sjøvall's 1957 Chevrolet of Oslo, Norway was restyled around 1967 - 1968.
An customized 1955 or 1956 Ford photographed in Oslo around 1967 - 1968. Gunnar Berg Kristoffersen spotted the car in Sørkedalsveien, Majorstua at a fenced property where the vehicle licensing department stored cars they had towed in or confiscated. As a hot rod and custom interested teenager Gunnar was very excited about the customized American car, so he jumped the fence and took a photo of it. In 2015 Gunnar told Kustomrama that he believed the car was pink, purple or light green metallic. If you recognize this car, please get in touch with us at mail@kustomrama.com. Photo courtesy of Gunnar Berg Kristoffersen.
Harald Sannum's 1959 Chevrolet Impala was restyled in 1965, and it is known as one of the first full custom cars of Norway. It was sold to Oslo in 1968.
Viking Custom member Per Arne Knudsen working on his 1934 Ford Cabriolet. The photo was taken sometime between 1966 and 1969, outside a garage Per Arne and Roar Arnegaard rented at Alnabru. Photo courtesy of Per Arne Knudsen.
Almar Nordhaug's Dream Car was sold to Oslo.
Per Arne Knudsen's 1934 Ford Cabriolet of Oslo, Norway. The build was started around 1964 - 1965, and completed in 1969. Once completed the vehicle licensing department refused to approve the build. After several attempts, Per Arne gave up fighting the law, and he sold the car to Ludvig Bjørnstad. Ludvig turned the hot rod into a drag racer, and it became one of the first Norwegian cars to ever compete in an organized drag race.
Kasper Kaarbø's 1929 Ford Model A Leatherback Coupe
Tom Røine's 1963 Buick of Oslo, Norway. Tom is a member of the Coupe Devils car club, and his Buick received a gold metalflake paint job in May of 2014.
Sondre Kvipt's 1957 Ford Ranchero of Oslo, Norway. Restyled by Olav and Sondre Kvipt of Kustomrama, the car is a tribute to Jerry DeVito's 1957 Ford Fairlane, known as the Maze. Sondre's Ranchero, known as the Kustomrama Dream Truck was completed in the Summer of 2015.


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Hot Rods of Oslo, Norway

Terje Rusthaug's 1928 Ford Model A Tudor
Kasper Kaarbø's 1929 Ford Model A Leatherback Coupe
Per Røed's 1932 Ford Cabriolet
Per Arne Knudsen's 1934 Ford Cabriolet
Tore Tømmerås' 1935 Ford 5-Window Coupe


Custom Cars of Oslo, Norway

Per Ivar Kolgrov's 1948 Mercury Convertible
Kasper Kårbø's 1949 Ford Tudor - Pandoras Box
Tom Røine's 1953 Chevrolet
Jarle Pedersen's 1953 Mercury
Per Sjøvall's 1957 Chevrolet
Sondre Kvipt's 1957 Ford Ranchero - The Kustomrama Dream Truck
Harald Sannum's 1959 Chevrolet Impala
Tom Røine's 1963 Buick


Dream Cars of Oslo, Norway

Ralph Lysell's Rally
Almar Nordhaug's Dream Car


Hot Rod and Custom Car Clubs of Oslo, Norway

NOR-WAY Custom
Oslo Hot Rod Klubb
The Wildcat Motorclub
Viking Custom


Citizens of Oslo, Norway

Jack Roar Rolllve
Jarle Pedersen
Kasper Kårbø
Ken Norrena
Per Røed
Per Sjøvall
Sondre Kvipt
Tom Røine
Tore Tømmerås
Willy Will Gundersen





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