Mark Moriarity

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Bob Crespo's 1940 Ford Coupe - Les Po Po was restyled by Barris Kustoms, Cushenbery Custom Shop and Hal Hutchins. Mark bought the car in 2012.
The Car Craft Dream Rod was built by Bill Cushenbery for Bob Larivee of Promotions Inc. The first drawings of the car appeared in Car Craft October 1961. The build was completed late in 1963. Mark bought the car in 2005, and restored it back to how it first appeared in 1963. The restoration was completed in 2009.
Mark owned Ed Roth's Road Agent from 1996 to 2005. He restored the car back to it's former glory while owning it.
Mark Moriarity's Futurian. After restoring the Rotar and the Road Agent, Mark Moriarity figured he would try his hand at a show car of his own in 1998. Named Futurian, the sensational build was completed in 2001, making way for a handful of other self-penned Roth fiberglass tribute builds.
Rodney Rice's 1955 Chevrolet of Ann Arbor, Michigan. The car, known as "the Astorian," was restyled by the Alexander Brothers and Fostoria Customs. The build was completed in 1964.

Mark Moriarity of Mound, Minnesota.

Mark Moriarity's Cars

Ray Farhner's 1932 Ford Pickup - The Eclipse
Bob Crespo's 1940 Ford Coupe - Les Po Po
Paul Savelesky's 1955 Chevrolet
Rodney Rice's 1955 Chevrolet - The Astorian
Forest Cutler's 1959 Chevrolet Impala
Mark Moriarity's 1961 Chevrolet Impala
Ed Roth's Mega Cycle
Ed Roth's Road Agent
The Car Craft Dream Rod
Mark Moriarity's Futurian
The Trendero
Mark Moriarity's Outlaw Clone




 

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