John D'Agostino's 1958 Oldsmobile

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The Egyptian at the 2009 Grand National Roadster Show. Photo by Howard Gribble
The initial state of the Egyptian. Source:www.johndagostinokustomkars.com
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1958 Oldsmobile Super 88 owned and designed by John D'Agostino of D'Agostino Kustoms, Discovery Bay, California. The car is also known as the Egyptian. Body and paintwork on the car was done by Oz Kustoms of Oroville, California. The interior was done by Divine's Custom Interiors of Pittsburg, California.


The Egyptian made its debut at the 60th Grand National Roadster Show in 2009.


Magazine Features

Traditional Rod & Kulture Illustrated 17


Sources

Howard Gribble's photos from the 2009 Grand National Roadster Show
www.johndagostinokustomkars.com



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