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Ted Sitterley's 1932 Ford 3-Window Coupe of Tucson, Arizona. Ted paid $50 for the coupe in 1955. It featured gray primer, Indian blanket upholstery, and a 304-inch flathead engine that Ted and his brother built with help from Little Wolf Machine Shop.

Frank Sonzogni's 1950 Mercury was found in Tucson in 1974.


Hot Rods of Tucson, Arizona

John Patrick's 1932 Ford 5-Window Coupe
Ted Sitterley's 1932 Ford 3-Window Coupe


Custom Cars in Tucson, Arizona

Joe Hernandez' 1940 Mercury


Custom Shops in Tucson, Arizona

Zumanos Custom Shop


Citizens of Tucson, Arizona

Charles Hall
Eddie Salcido
Joe Hernandez
John Patrick
Sicela Evemari Hernandez
Ted Sitterley




 

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