In the 1970s or 1980s Red bought a 1955 Chevrolet that originally had been restyled in 1958. He sold the car to buy two Cadillac Eldorado's that he chopped the tops on. After chopping the Cadillac's, Red and his wife Maggie drove them for a few years, before Red sold them both, along with John Bozio's 1953 Buick Roadmaster to buy Burt Hamrol's 1950 Ford Club Coupe, another old custom car.
Red had a louver press, and he did hundreds of hoods, trunk lids, and everything else he could.
Bob had a Cadillac hearse with mag wheels and flame paint job that he drove around in.
Bob McCormick's Cars
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