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Mike Brodski's 1931 Ford Model A Coupe of Clifton, New Jersey. Brodski started building the car back in 1957 or 1958. In 1962 he sold it to Bob Kovaly, who drove it to high school.
John Sak's 1941 Ford Convertible of Syracuse, New York. Named "Barbie" after his wife, the build was started in 1957 and completed in 1960. "Barbie" was John's third 1941 Ford custom.Kenneth Groth of Branchville, New Jersey bought the old custom from a man in Clifton in 1999.

Hot Rods of Clifton, New Jersey

Mike Brodski's 1931 Ford Model A Coupe

Custom Cars of Clifton, New Jersey

John Sak's Third 1941 Ford Convertible - Barbie

Hot Rod and Custom Car Clubs of Clifton, New Jersey

Crusaders of Clifton

Citizens of Clifton, New Jersey

Bob Kovaly
Gary Becker
Mike Brodski


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