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The Bob Berkshire Roadster of Tarzana, California. Bob built the roadster after returning from WWII, and the first photos of the car started appearing in 1947. Back then he was a member of the Idlers car club. Sometime between 1947 and 1950 Bob moved to Dallas, Texas fo engineering school, bringing the roadster along.
Ed Seltzer's 1929 Ford Roadster of Tarzana, California. The car was originally built by Kenny Smith of San Gabriel, California. Ed bought the hot rod around 1954. After owning the roadster for a year or so, he wrecked it badly one night, and he had to completely rebuild it. Seltzer was into foreign cars and sports cars, and he added some European sports car flavor to the traditional hot rod.

Hot Rods of Tarzana, California

The Bob Berkshire Roadster
Ed Seltzer's 1929 Ford Model A Roadster

Custom Cars of Tarzana, California

John Dietrich's 1951 Chevrolet

People of Tarzana, California

Bob Berkshire
Ed Seltzer
John Dietrich


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