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Älvsjö is a district in the Stockholm municipality. Älvsjö includes many minor villages like Örby, Östberga, Långsjö etc.
Bo and Sven Sandberg lived at Flensvägen in Örby where they built many of their cars.

Bo Sandberg's 1959 Ford Thunderbird of Älvsjö in Stockholm, Sweden. This version of Bo's first Thunderbird was completed in 1962.
The Surfin Bird version of Bo Sandberg's 1959 Ford Thunderbird of Älvsjö in Stockholm, Sweden was completed in 1964.
Bo Sandberg's 1959 Ford Thunderbird of Stockholm, Sweden. Named The Wild Bird, Bo's Thunderbird was completed and made its debut in 1966. Bo ran a customs, paint, and parts shop in Älvsjö, Sweden, called Yankee Customs.
Bo Sandberg's Cool Cat. The Cool Cat was a customized Jaguar E-Type built by Bo Sandberg of of Yanke Customs in Älvsjö, Stockholm, Sweden. The build was completed in 1967, featuring a a red and pink Metalflake paint job.

Custom Cars of Älvsjö in Stockholm, Sweden

Bo Sandberg's 1959 Ford Thunderbird - Surfin Bird
Bo "Gamen" Sandberg's 1959 Ford Thunderbird - Wild Bird
Bo Sandberg's Cool Cat


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