Edward P. Rotzell

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A photo of Ed from Rod Builder & Customizer July 1956. Photo courtesy of Rod Builder & Customizer.
The Rotzell 46 is sport custom built by Ed Rotzell of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. The build took 3 months, and it was completed early in 1946.
Ed Rotzell's SCOLF is a sports custom built by Ed Rotzell of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Built in the early 1950s, the rear end of the SCOLF was inspired by the 1951 GM LeSabre concept car.

Edward P. Rotzell of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania was a Quaker City dealer who built customs for himself as well as for customers. He did practically all of the work on the car himself in his own shop,and Rotzell became quite known for the custom conversions he did.[1]

Ed Rotzell's Cars

The Rotzell 46
Ed Rotzell's SCOLF



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