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The Cam Twisters of Dallas was a car club out of Dallas, Texas.
Mike Brown's 1932 Ford 5 Window Coupe, of Dallas, Texas.
Bill Collins' 1939 Ford Convertible of Dallas, Texas. Bill ran the ford in the mid-1950s. He lived in the Oak Cliff part of Dallas and was one of the early hot rodders there in the 1950s.

Hot Rods of Dallas, Texas

Mike Brown's 1932 Ford 5 Window Coupe

Custom Cars of Dallas, Texas

Bill Collins' 1939 Ford Convertible

Hot Rod and Custom Car Shows of Dallas, Texas

Dallas Autorama
Dia De Los Kustoms
The Invasion!

Custom Body Shops of Dallas, Texas

Top and Body Shop

Custom Car and Hot Rod Clubs of Dallas, Texas

Cam Twisters of Dallas
Qaurter Milers of Dallas

Citizen of Dallas, Texas

Bill Collins
Carl Stone
Mike Brown


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