Motor Revue and Motorama 1955
John Neves' 1925 Chevrolet
Bert Leithold 1929 Ford Model A Roadster
George Sein's 1932 Ford 5 WIndow Coupe - The Flamer
C. H. Celebrado's 1941 Buick Custom Roadster
Frank Monteleon's 1941 Ford
Ken Caputi's Ford
Bob Dofflow's 1949 Ford
Ted Leventhal's 1950 Chevrolet Convertible
Robbie Martinez' 1950 Oldsmobile 98
George Growland's 1951 Ford Crestline
Dave Burgarin's 1951 Mercury
Sam Barris' 1952 Ford
Harry Karl's 1953 Cadillac Le Mans
Sanchez, Cagle, Le Mmon's 1953 Studebaker
Tod Clare's 1954 Austin-Healey
Harrison's 1954 Jaguar
Merlin Windham's 1955 Buick - "Dragon Wagon"
Harry Hoskin's 1955 Chevrolet
The 1955 Chrysler Flight Sweep I
The 1955 Chrysler Flight Sweep II
Don Coulter's 1955 Oldsmobile
Tom Beatty's Lakester
The Jado Special The Bangert Special
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