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An ad for Brazilian Tucker Automobile dealers from 1948. According to the ad, exclusive distributors were located in the states of São Paulo, Paraná, Santa Catarina and Rio Grande do Sul.[1]
Egeo Barci's 1934 Ford Roadster of São Paulo, Brazil. The build was completed in 1966, and it might have been the first hot rod of Brazil.

Hot Rods of Brazil

Egeo Barci's 1934 Ford Roadster

Custom Cars of Brazil

Jorlando Picolli's 1951 Chevrolet 4-Door Fleetline

Custom Upholstery Shops of Brazil


Citizens of Brazil

Egeo Barci
Jorlando Picolli


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