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Frank Maratta's 1940 Mercury. Frank ran and operated New England Auto Body in Hartford, Connecticut.
James Pagliarulo's 1949 Ford Convertible, of Hartford, Connecticut.
​This 1953 Oldsmobile is the Maki Special built by brothers Bruno and Reino Maki of Fitchburg, Massachusetts. The photo was taken at the Glenwood Service Station on Capitol Ave. in Hartford, Connecticut. The service station was the "Official Hartford Autorama Service Station". The man in the hat and coat is Bob Muelke the director of the Autorama. Photo from the New England Hot Rod and Kustom Historical Society Photo Collection.
The 11th annual Hartford Autorama was held February 22-26, 1961 at the Connecticut State Armory in Hartford, Connecticut.

Custom Cars of Hartford, Connecticut

Frank Maratta's 1940 Mercury
James Pagliarulo's 1949 Ford Convertible

Custom Car and Hot Rod Clubs of Hartford, Connecticut

Carbs of Hartford

Car Shows of Hartford, Connecticut

Hartford Autorama

Citizens of Hartford, Connecticut

James Pagliarulo


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