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The Bob Berkshire Roadster of Tarzana, California. Bob built the roadster after returning from WWII, and the first photos of the car started appearing in 1947. Back then he was a member of the Idlers car club. Sometime between 1947 and 1950 Bob moved to Dallas, Texas fo engineering school, bringing the roadster along. According to Hot Rod Magazine August 1951, the car was later owned by Gene Howard of Dallas.
The Cam Twisters of Dallas was a car club out of Dallas, Texas.
Mike Brown's 1932 Ford 5 Window Coupe, of Dallas, Texas.
Bill Collins' 1939 Ford Convertible of Dallas, Texas. Bill ran the ford in the mid-1950s. He lived in the Oak Cliff part of Dallas and was one of the early hot rodders there in the 1950s.
Bill Collins' 1951 Ford Two-Door Sedan of Dallas, Texas. Bill lived in the Oak Cliff part of Dallas, and he was one of the early hot rodders there in the 1950s. Bill bought the Ford as a stocker, and he restyled and repainted it in the mid 1950s.
Bill Collins' 1951 Oldsmobile of Dallas, Texas. By 1957 Bill's Olds had been dressed up with a flame paint job and drag style exhaust. According to Bill, he ran the first flame paint job in the area on the Olds.
Mark bought Ron Sweeney's 1957 Ford custom early in 2020. In 2022, Stewart told Sondre Kvipt of Kustomrama that his plans were to get the car out on the national show circuit again. "Seaburst was in the Grand National Roadster Show this last January 2022 and was awarded the Early Custom Radical 1955-1964 best of class award," Stewart told Kustomrama. Photo courtesy of Mark Stewart.

Hot Rods of Dallas, Texas

The Bob Berkshire Roadster
Mike Brown's 1932 Ford 5 Window Coupe

Custom Cars of Dallas, Texas

Bill Collins' 1939 Ford Convertible
Bill Collins' 1951 Ford Two-Door Sedan
Bill Collins' 1951 Oldsmobile
Ron Sweeney's 1957 Ford - Seaburst

Hot Rod and Custom Car Shows of Dallas, Texas

Dallas Autorama
Dia De Los Kustoms
The Invasion!

Custom Body Shops of Dallas, Texas

Top and Body Shop

Custom Car and Hot Rod Clubs of Dallas, Texas

Cam Twisters of Dallas
Chaparrals of Dallas
Qaurter Milers of Dallas

People of Dallas, Texas

Bill Collins
Bob Berkshire
Carl Stone
Gene Howard
Mark Stewart
Mike Brown


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