Customs by the Sea 2017

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The flyer for the 4th annual Customs by the Sea in Wildwood, New Jersey.
Ralph Tyrone Scarfo's 1950 Oldsmobile 88 hardtop. The Olds is an old custom, rumored to have been built in San Diego in the mide 1960s. Photo by Sondre Kvipt - Kustomrama.
Paul Fry arriving at the show Sunday morning with his 1937 Ford custom. Photo by Sondre Kvipt - Kustomrama.
Paul Fry won the 2017 Bud Unger Preservation Award with his 1937 Ford Cabriolet. It was Paul's uncle Harry Fry that built the Ford back in the 1950s and the 1960s. Paul is the current caretaker of the old family custom, and he is doing a great job preserving and showing the car. A worthy winner. Photo by John Helmuth.


The 4th annual Customs by the Sea car show was held June 10-11, 2017 in Wildwood, New Jersey. The show was promoted by Kustomrama during the Race of Gentlemen car show.

Cars Attending

Harry Fry's 1937 Ford Cabriolet
Ron Barbarino's 1941 Plymouth
Ralph Tyrone Scarfo's 1950 Oldsmobile 88 Hardtop




 

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