Garden Grove

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Eldon E. Schmidt's 1929 Ford Model A roadster of Garden Grove, California. Eldon bought the car in 1960. It came with holes in the body after a rollbar and safety-belts, indicating that it had been raced on the dragstrip. In 1962 he installed a 1958 Chevrolet 283 V-8 engine in the car before he gave it a Metallic paint job and a more contemporary look. In 1995 the car was sold to Sweden.


Hot Rods of Garden Grove, California

Eldon E. Schmidt's 1929 Ford Model A Roadster


Custom Cars of Garden Grove, California

Johnny Rosier's 1953 Mercury
Bill Moore's 1957 Ford Ranchero
Bill Hines' 1957 Lincoln


Custom and Body Shops of Garden Grove, California

California Custom Shop


Upholstery Shops of Garden Grove, California

Lee's Golden Needle
Jim's Top Shop


Citizen of Garden Grove, California

Bill Hines
Bill Moore
Eldon E. Schmidt
Johnny Rosier




 

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