Oran Breeland

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A photo of George with his track roadster taken outside the 7674 Compton Avenue shop circa 1948. Lanky Oran Breeland can be seen on the right. Oran worked for Sam and George, and George lived with him and his folks for a while. Photo by Dick Bertolucci, courtesy of George Barris.

Oran Breeland worked for George and Sam Barris. According to Barris Kustom Techniques of the 50's Volume 4 he worked at the shop in 1948 when they were located at 7674 Compton Avenue. George Barris lived with Oran and his folks for a while.[1]


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