Jack Schleich of Oceanside, New York was a member of the Avenue Angels of East Rockaway car club. Around 1958 - 1959 Jack also acted as president of the club. In 1957 he bought a 1932 Ford 3-Window coupe that he turned into a full blown hot rod. Around 1959 - 1962 he worked at Bill Frick Motors, a company specialized in engine installationss and conversions, and the coupe was fit with many different engine set-ups while Jack owned it. By 1967 Jack ran his own boat-yard, and he sold off the coupe to get money he could invest in the newly established company.
Jack Schleich's Cars
Jack Schleich's 1932 Ford 3-Window Coupe
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