Matti Johansson

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Matti Johanson's 1957 Ford Ranchero. Matti's "Ranchero" started life as station wagon.The build was completed in 1965. The same year it was displayed at the first Hot Rod Show in Stockholm.
Matti did a lot of the work on Jonas Qvarnström's 1931 Ford Model A Roadster, before Jonas sold it to Lars-Erik Johansson. Lars-Erik completed the build, and turned it into The Orange Fink show rod.
A photo of Matti with the clone of his 1957 Ford Ranchero as it sat in March of 2015. Photo courtesy of Peter Larsson - Gasoline Magazine.


Matti Johansson is a Swedish custom pioneer.


Matti Johansson's Cars

Matti Johanson's 1957 Ford Ranchero
Matti Johanson's Second 1957 Ford Ranchero


Cars Restyled or Built by Matti Johansson

Lars-Erik Johansson's 1931 Ford Model A Roadster



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