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Fred Rowe's 1951 Mercury Convertible, of Los Angeles, California was restyled by Barris Kustoms. The build was completed in 1953. A second version of the Merc, restyled in 1954 was featured in the movie Running Wild along with Bob Hirohata's 1951 Mercury. In 1989 Bill Layman of Bethel Park, Pennsylvania completed a frame off restoration of the Merc.
Billy F. Gibbons' 1948 Cadillac Series 62 Sedanette of Houston, Texas. Named "Cadzzilla," Gibbons Cadillac was designed by Larry Erickson. It was built by Boyd Coddington Hot Rod Shop. The build was completed in 1989.

Johnny Bartlett bought Wayne Mahaffey's 1935 Ford in 1989.

Custom Cars Built or Completed in 1989

Billy F. Gibbons' 1948 Cadillac Series 62 Sedanette - "Cadzzilla"

Restorations Completed in 1989

Fred Rowe's 1951 Mercury Convertible

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