Washington, D.C.

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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.

The first speed shop in Washington, D.C. Giovannoni Cams was started by legendary cam grinder Ray Giovannoni.

Custom Cars of Washington, D.C.

Ray Giovannoni's 1936 Ford Roadster
Raul Almario's 1957 Ford

Upholstery Shops of Washington, D.C.

Adler & Mandel

Citizen of Washington, D.C.

Herbert Unger
Paul Almario
Ray Giovannoni


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