Ralph Poole

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Frank Rose's 1927 Ford Model-T Roadster
Eugene Pereira's 1929 Ford Model A Roadster, was finished in 1949.
Buzz DeChamp's 1931 Ford Model A Roadster, of San Francisco, California was completed in 1952.
Tommy Thornburgh's 1947 Studebaker was restyled by Barris Kustoms for Kustoms of Los Angeles member Tommy Thornburgh. The build was completed around 1952 - 1953. Ralph photographed the car for Hop Up magazine.

Ralph Poole was a photographer for the magazine Hop Up, Car Craft, Rod & Custom and Car Speed and Style. He went on to start his own publishing company Poole Publications, a publisher of several national special interest outdoor publications in the boating and camping industries. Ralph was responsible for all operations of the business from editorial content, production, distribution and sales.[1]


Cars Photographed by Ralph Poole

Frank Rose's 1927 Ford Model-T Roadster
Eugene Pereira's 1929 Ford Model A Roadster
Art and Lloyd Chrisman's 1930 Ford Coupe
Buzz DeChamp's 1931 Ford Model A Roadster
Tommy Thornburgh's 1947 Studebaker Champion
Horace Davi's 1949 Ford Pickup
Elton Kantor's 1950 Ford Hardtop
Ermie Immerso's 1950 Mercury
Tom Viviano's 1952 Oldsmobile Holiday 88
Kenz' Streamliner
Chet Herbert's Streamliner


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