Chris Rusbach

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Chris Rusbach's 1941 Ford Coupe of Stanhope, New Jersey. It was Chris' father Harry Rusbach Jr who originally bought the car in 1988 and restyled it. Harry sold the custom in 1999. In 2007 Chris bought it back and got it back on the road again. After a 10 year long rebuild, the car finally received a glossy paint job in June of 2016. Named "Somethin' Else," after the Eddie Cochran song, the entire car, including body, frame and driveline had then been redone and improved.
Chris Rusbach's 1956 Ford Crown Victoria. Rusbach, who is a member of the Certs Jersey car club bought the car already customized in the summer of 2019. He was told that it came to the East Coast from West Nevada around 2016 - 2017.

Chris Rusbach of Stanhope, New Jersey. Chris is a member of the Certs Jersey car club.

Chris Rusbach's Cars

Chris Rusbach's 1941 Ford Coupe
Chris Rusbach's 1956 Ford Crown Victoria


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