Per Ivar Kolgrov

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Per Ivar Kolgrov's 1948 Mercury Convertible of Oslo, Norway was restyled around 1963/1964. The car is known as the first custom cars of Norway.

Per Ivar Kolgrov was a butcher from Oslo, Norway. In the early 1960s he built one of the first known Norwegian custom cars. The build was based on a rusted out 1948 Mercury Convertible.

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Per Ivar Kolgrov's 1948 Mercury Convertible


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