Rodding and Re-styling August 1960

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Paul Wirt's Experimental Car was featured on the cover of the August 1960 issue of Rodding and Re-styling.
Sy Gregorich's 1955 Ford Crown Victoria - The Victorian of Detroit, Michigan was restyled by the Alexander Brothers, and was first completed in 1959.
Gene Winfield's 1935 Ford Shop Truck of Modesto, California. The '35 was Gene's second shop truck, and when he got it, half of the kustomizing had been done by Rick Lefelt. After completing the build, he started showing it in 1960.
Terry Browning's 1958 Ford Ranchero of Neptune City, New Jersey. Terry was a founding member of the Haulin' Gents, and the "The Ruby Ranch" version of his Ranchero was completed in 1959.

Contents and Featured Cars

Clayton Crowe's 1959 Oldsmobile
The Ala Kart
Stan Biffer's 1956 Oldsmobile
Carl Sampogna's 1932 Ford
Sy Gregorich's 1955 Ford Crown Victoria - The Victorian
Gene Winfield's 1935 Ford Shop Truck
Dick Korkes' 1954 Ford
Tony Bonetti's T-Bird
Bob Carducci's 1948 Chevrolet
Angelo Tartaglia's Corvette
Don Von Dwingelo's 1956 Ford Thunderbird
Bob Jannuzzi's 1947 Ford
Pete Bray's 1952 Ford
Jim Bilodeau's 1950 Mercury
Bill Funk's 1956 Plymouth
Bob Dauernheim's 1929 Ford
Tom Sanders' 1939 Ford
Tom Beccari's 1934 Ford
Rick Zodroga's 1952 Chevrolet
John Kana's 1949 Pontiac
Terry Browning's 1958 Ford Ranchero - "The Ruby Ranch"
Jim Karcher's 1950 Ford
Paul Szabo's 1953 Studebaker

Reader's Cars
Bill Stanbridge's 1955 Chevrolet
Ron Libengood's 1951 Ford


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