Glen Wall's 1935 Ford

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A photo of Glen and a buddy with the Phaeton. Photo from The Glen and Forey Wall Photo Collection.
Another photo of the Phaeton that Glen bought from "The Smiling Irishman." Photo from The Glen and Forey Wall Photo Collection.

1935 Ford Phaeton owned and restyled by Glen Wall of Huntington Park, California. Glen bought the car from "The Smiling Irishman", a car dealer in Los Angeles. He bought it in the late 1930s, and in 2016 he told Sondre Kvipt of Kustomrama that he had to pay 200 and some dollar for it. “My other brother Monte had to co-sign so I could buy that car. He went into the service in 1941.” Glen dressed the Ford up with fenderskirts, flipper hubcaps and Appletons.[1]



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