So-Cal Speed Shop

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A So-Cal Speed Shop ad from 1948.
A So-Cal Speed Shop ad from 1949.

So-Cal Speed Shop was a speed shop started and operated by Alex Xydias. Alex Xydias was an early advertiser in Hot Rod Magazine. In 1948, So-Cal Speed Shop was located at 1104 S. Victory Blvd in Burbank, California. Amongst the inventory, you could find speed equipment manufactured by Edelbrock, Evans, Harman & Collins, Jahns, Meyers, Navarro, Offenhauser, Weber, Weiand and Winfield.

Cars Restored by So-Cal Speed Shop

Doane Spencer's 1932 Ford Roadster


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