Krankers Motor Revue 1959

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Poster from the Krankers Motor Revue 1959.
From the San Bernardino County Sun, June 18th, 1959, showing Lee Rhode's 1930 Ford.

The third annual Krankers Motor Revue was held June 13th and 14th 1959 at the Commercial Exhibits Building at the National Orange Show Grounds. Three overall awards were given to the top autos displayed at the show along with 13 division trophies.

Cars Attending
Lee Rhodes' 1930 Ford
Ed Cousins' 1932 Ford
Duane Steck's 1954 Chevrolet - The Moonglow
Gerald Twamley's 1954 Chevrolet 210
Shirley Barris' 1958 Ford Thunderbird


Sweepstakes Award
George Barris

Sweepstakes runner-up
Ed Cousins

Best Constructed
Les Jensen

Gerald Twamley's 1954 Chevrolet 210

Full Custom
Duane Steck's 1954 Chevrolet - The Moonglow

American Sports Luxury
Shirley Barris' 1958 Ford Thunderbird

Street Coupe
Lee Rhodes' 1930 Ford

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