Neil Emory's 1937 Dodge

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1937 Dodge Convertible owned and restyled by Throttle Stompers member Neil Emory of Burbank, California. Most of the work Neil did on the car was done in his shop classes at Burbank High. He recessed both the license plate and his club plaque and added 1939 Ford tail lights himself, while Burbank Auto Body chopped the top on and painted it black. Other modifications included solid hood sides and a padded top by Carson Top Shop. The build was started in 1940, and completed in 1941.

Neil sold the Dodge in 1943, when he had his son Gary. After selling the Dodge, he bought a 1936 Ford 3-window coupe. According to Gary, Neil never saw the Dodge again.[1]

Magazine Features

Rods and Customs May 1953



The American Custom Car


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