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Sid Kayman's 1932 Ford Roadster of St. Louis, Missouri. Sid bought the car in 1944 or 1945, and it had already been channeled and hot rodded when he bought it.
Brad and Gale Bez' 1948 Buick Roadmaster. The old sports custom was was located in Milwaukee and then moved to the Chicago area where it was in a garage fire. In 2009 it was purchased by a St Louis Buick collector. Brad and Gale are currently looking for info about who built their one-off custom.
Milton Depuy's 1949 Ford of Cleveland, Ohio was restyled around 1956. Blaine Stone Jr. of Lakewood, Ohio bought the car in 1958. He studied at the St. Louis University, and he brought the Ford with him.
Gerald Zielinski's 1955 Chevrolet of St. Louis, Missouri. Gerald was a member of the Road Angels of St. Louis and his Chevrolet was restyled in the late 1950s or the early 1960s.
The Road Angels was a car club from St. Louis, Missouri. Photo courtesy of Gerald Zielinski Jr.
Tom Kelly's 1969 Chevrolet Corvette of St. Louis, Missouri. Kelly's Corvette was restyled by Dave Puhl at House of Kustoms. Puhl had Harry Bradley design a few proposals that Kelly could choose from. The build was started in August of 1971 and completed in July of 1972.


Hot Rods of St. Louis, Missouri

Millard Mitchell's 1927 Ford Model-T Roadster
Sid Kayman's 1932 Ford Roadster


Custom Cars of St. Louis, Missouri

Walt Medcalf's 1948 Chevrolet
Milton Depuy's 1949 Ford
Ralph Ferks' 1954 Oldsmobile - The Startling Starfire
Gerald Zielinski's 1955 Chevrolet
Tom Kelly's 1969 Chevrolet Corvette


Sport Customs of St. Louis, Missouri

Brad and Gale Bez' 1948 Buick Roadmaster Roadster


Hot Rod and Custom Car Clubs of St. Louis, Missouri

Road Angels of St. Louis


Shops Located in St. Lousi, Missouri

Stovevalt Upholstery Shop


Citizen of St. Louis, Missouri

Gerald Zielinski
Keith Rogers
Millard Mitchell
Sid Kayman
Tom Kelly
Walt Medcalf




 

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