Hot Rod Show April 1967

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The flyer for the April 1967 Hot Rod Show in Marmorhallarna.
Photo by Ryde Brundin, courtesy of Maths Pålsson.
Photo by Ryde Brundin, courtesy of Maths Pålsson.
Photo by Ryde Brundin, courtesy of Maths Pålsson.
Photo by Ryde Brundin, courtesy of Maths Pålsson.
Photo by Ryde Brundin, courtesy of Maths Pålsson.
Photo by Ryde Brundin, courtesy of Maths Pålsson.
Photo by Ryde Brundin, courtesy of Maths Pålsson.
Photo by Ryde Brundin, courtesy of Maths Pålsson.
Photo by Ryde Brundin, courtesy of Maths Pålsson.
Photo by Ryde Brundin, courtesy of Maths Pålsson.
Photo by Ryde Brundin, courtesy of Maths Pålsson.
Photo by Ryde Brundin, courtesy of Maths Pålsson.
Photo by Ryde Brundin, courtesy of Maths Pålsson.
Photo by Ryde Brundin, courtesy of Maths Pålsson.
A purple Metallic version of Lars-Erik Johansson's 1931 Ford roadster. The car was previously known as the Orange Fink. Photo by Ryde Brundin, courtesy of Maths Pålsson.
Bengt Wennergren's 1931 Ford Model A roadster. Photo by Ryde Brundin, courtesy of Maths Pålsson.
Photo by Ryde Brundin, courtesy of Maths Pålsson.
Photo by Ryde Brundin, courtesy of Maths Pålsson.
A 1928 Ford Model A coupe. Photo by Ryde Brundin, courtesy of Maths Pålsson.
Photo by Ryde Brundin, courtesy of Maths Pålsson.
Photo by Ryde Brundin, courtesy of Maths Pålsson.
Photo by Ryde Brundin, courtesy of Maths Pålsson.
Photo by Ryde Brundin, courtesy of Maths Pålsson.
Photo by Ryde Brundin, courtesy of Maths Pålsson.
Photo by Ryde Brundin, courtesy of Maths Pålsson.
Photo by Ryde Brundin, courtesy of Maths Pålsson.
Photo by Ryde Brundin, courtesy of Maths Pålsson.
Photo by Ryde Brundin, courtesy of Maths Pålsson.
Photo by Ryde Brundin, courtesy of Maths Pålsson.
Photo by Ryde Brundin, courtesy of Maths Pålsson.
Photo by Ryde Brundin, courtesy of Maths Pålsson.

Two Hot Rod Show's were held in Marmorhallarna in Stockholm, Sweden in 1967. The first took place April 5-9, 1967.


Cars Attending

Lars-Erik Johansson's 1931 Ford Roadster - The Orange Fink
Sven Sandberg's 1932 Ford 5-Window Coupe - The Glowing Coupe
Harald Sannum's 1959 Chevrolet Impala



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