Clyde Walther

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Clyde Walther's 1940 Ford Convertible. Clyde bought the car off a used car lot in Stockton about 1953. It had already been customized when he bought it, and they never found out who did the job.
Clyde did most of the work on his brother Garret's 1940 Ford Coupe. After Garret had bought the car in 1955 Clyde came up with the idea to install a 1952 Chrysler FirePower Hemi-engine in the car. Photo courtesy of Garret Walther.

Clyde Walther of Stockton, California.

Clyde Walther's Cars

Clyde Walther's 1940 Ford Convertible
Clyde Walther's 1955 Chevrolet Hardtop


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