North Carolina

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Ray Giovannoni's 1936 Ford Roadster of Washington, D.C. Ray's roadster was restyled by Bud Unger, and the build was completed around 1947/1948. Bud believes Ray sold the car to a fellow from North Carolina.
Tommy on tour! Saturday, July 16, 1960 Tommy made an appearance with his dual engine 170 m.p.h. car at the Concord Drag-O-Way in Concord, North Carolina. This is an old poster that Fred Thomas came across in a secondhand shop in North Carolina around 2000. He shared the poster with Tommy, who could confirm that it, in fact, was one of his old flyers.
Willie Kendig's 1932 Ford Roadster of Yettem, California was built after Willie came out of the service in 1948. In 2013 Willie's roadster was located in a private collection in North Carolina.
Ron Barbarino's 1941 Plymouth Business Coupe of Concord, North Carolina. The build was completed in September of 2014, and it made it's first public appearance at the first Customs by the Sea car show in Wildwood, New Jersey in October of 2014.
Jeremy Minamyer's 1949 Mercury of Concord, North Carolina. A white primered version of Jeremy's Mercury made it's first public appearance at the 2nd annual Customs by the Sea car show in Wildwood, New Jersey in 2015.
Woody Lee's 1924 Ford Model T Roadster of Oakland, California. The build was completed circa 1949-1950. In 2016 the car was owned by Ray Evernham of Mooresville, North Carolina.

Hoy Rods of North Carolina

Woody Lee's 1924 Ford Model T Roadster
Willie Kendig's 1932 Ford Roadster

Customs of North Carolina

Ron Barbarino's 1941 Plymouth Business Coupe
Jeremy Minamyer's 1949 Mercury
Jerry Dimeo's 1950 Chevrolet Club Coupe
Stanley Bennett's 1950 Mercury - The Scorpe
Vartan Davidian's 1955 Ford F-100

Traditional Hot Rod and Custom Car Clubs of North Carolina

Iron Lords

Citizens of North Carolina

Jeremy Minamyer
Jerry Dimeo
Ray Evernham
Ron Barbarino
Steve Stevens
Vartan Davidian


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