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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.
Øistein Bondeson's 1955 Ford Fairlane of Oppegård, Norway. The front on Øistein's Ford was modified to accept a tube grille in 1969.
Dennis Unea's 1959 Chevrolet Impala was restyled by Bill Hines in 1969.
Jim Robertson's 1961 Ford of Simi Valley, California. Jim's Ford was restyled in 1969, and it featured a fadeaway paint job by Bill Carter of Carter Pro Paint and pinstriping by Walt Prey.
Ralph Prey's 1963 Chevrolet Impala of Inglewood, California. Known as the Cherry Heering, photos taken in 1968 show it running a custom paint job by Dave Kent and Walt Prey of Kent's Customs. By 1969, it had been dressed up with a vail paint job by Walt. Photo from The Howard Gribble Collection.
Allen Duke's 1964 Chevrolet Impala SS of Wilmington, California. Allen's lifted Impala went through several changes between 1965 and 1969. This was how it appeared in 1969 after it had been turned into the Bloody Mary.
Dave Stuckey's 1965 Pontiac Catalina of Wichita, Kansas. The build was started in 1967 and completed in 1969. The car was Dave's personal driver, and the overall height of it was drastically reduced by chopping the top 3 inches, sectioning the body 3 inches, channeling it 2 inches and lowering it 6 inches.

Hot Rods Built or Completed in 1969

Per Arne Knudsen's 1934 Ford Cabriolet
Øistein Bondeson's 1955 Ford Fairlane

Custom Cars Restyled or Completed in 1969

Dennis Unea's 1959 Chevrolet Impala
Jim Robertson's 1961 Ford
Allen Duke's 1964 Chevrolet Impala SS
Dave Stuckey's 1965 Pontiac Catalina

Custom Cars Found in 1969

Jerry Moffatt's 1939 Ford Convertible


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