Jack Walker of Belton, Missouri. Jack's interest in cars started with drag racing at age 26 in Kansas City with the Dick Harrel shop. He did that until 1970 which was the year that he started showing customs. The first custom he showed was a 63 corvette known as the Condor. Then in 1983 he started building the clone to the Barris Kustoms kustom known as the "Hirohata Merc" and through two intensive years of labor and research, he debuted the cloned kustom at the Leadsled Spectacular in Springfield, Ohio in 1985.
In 1998, Jack came out with the cloned "Blue Danube" a 1951 Buick Special. He since has added many customs to the above listed and currently still owns and displays the Chevillac built by Doug Thompson,and the Stylin 1959 Chevrolet Impala.
Jack not only owns and shows these fine cars, but he also hauls, tours, and displays numerous other famous rods & customs for their owners throughout the country.
Jack Walker's Cars
Ray Farhner's 1932 Ford Pickup - The Eclipse
Butler Rugard's 1940 Mercury
Jack Walker's 1941 Buick Coupe
Jack Walker's 1941 Ford
John Ballard's 1950 Oldsmobile - The Polynesian II
Harry Bradley's 1951 Chevrolet Bel Air - La Jolla
Jack Walker's 1951 Mercury
Jack Walker's 1952 Buick Special - Blue Danube Clone
Jack Walker's 1963 Chevrolet Corvette - The Condor
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