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Glen Hooker's 1939 Mercury Convertible of Burbank, California. Restyled by Valley Custom, the build was completed circa 1954-55. It was known as The Caribbean, and Ray Pollard bought the Merc in the Summer or Fall of 1958. At the time, he lived in Pacoima, California. Ray owned it for two years before he traded it for $200 and a 1946 Pontiac fastback in 1960. At the time, he lived with a buddy in San Fernando.
John Viggianelli's 1963 Ford Galaxie of Pacoima, California. Viggianelli's Galaxie was mildly restyled before it around 1965 received a Candy Ruby over Pearl Silver, Red, and Maroon Metalflake custom paint job by Larry Watson at Watson's House of Style. After the car had been painted, a Mexican gentleman in Glendale installed hydraulic lifts up front.

Custom Cars of Pacoima, California

Glen Hooker's 1939 Mercury Convertible - The Caribbean
John Viggianelli's 1963 Ford Galaxie

People of Pacoima, California

John Viggianelli
Ray Pollard


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