Bruce Olson

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Bruce with his chopped and channeled, Hemi-powered 1932 Ford 5-Window Coupe in 1958. The first version of the coupe was completed in 1955. Bruce kept on to the coupe until he died in 1990, upgrading it's look a little over the years.
Bruce Olson's 1955 Plymouth Belvedere 4 door. This was Bruce's daily driver in the late 1950s.
Clif Inman's 1957 Chrysler was restyled by Joe Wilhelm of Wilhelm's Custom Shop for Clif Inman of San Jose, California. Bruce and his partner Gary Meadors found the car in Fresno in 1977.

Bruce Olson (1936 - 1990) was a professional photographer by trade and an avid automotive hobbyist. He grew up in Beach, North Dakota and moved to Fremont, California in 1962.

Under the moniker "Deuce Bruce" Olson, Bruce and his partner Gary "Goodguy" Meadors had dozens of feature, event, & "how-to" articles published in periodicals such as Hot Rod Magazine, Rod & Custom, Street Rodder, Rod Actions, NSRA's Streetscene, Goodguy's Gazette and many more.


Cars Owned and/or Restyled by Bruce Olson

Bruce Olson's 1932 Ford 5-Window Coupe
Bruce Olson's 1955 Plymouth Belvedere 4 door
Clif Inman's 1957 Chrysler



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