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Robert Ansetta's 1951 Ford Crestliner of Morris Plains, New Jersey. Robert owned the car from the mid 1950s to the early 1960s, and most of the custom work on it was done during those years. Robert passed away in 1961 before the build was completed, and it was his brother Vinnia that finally completed the build in 1983. Richard King of Boonton, New Jersey bought the car sometime after 1983.
John Corigliano's 1951 Ford Victoria of Boonton, New Jersey. John bought the Ford from Florida early in 2022. It came without any info or history, but according to John, it looks like it was originally done in the late 1950s or the early 1960s, and then later redone.

Custom Cars of Boonton, New Jersey

John Corigliano's 1951 Ford Victoria
Robert Ansetta's 1951 Ford Crestliner

Custom Body Shops of Boonton, New Jersey

B. & J. Auto Body Shop
B & H Auto Craft

People of Boonton, New Jersey

John Corigliano
Richard King


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