Thomas Franklin Carroll Junior

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Tom Carroll's 1949 Chevrolet Business Coupe was restyled by Barris Kustoms around 1954. In 2009 the car was sold to Sondre Kvipt of Oslo, Norway.
While visiting the Grand National Roadster Show in 2011, Sondre Kvipt stopped by the house that Tom used to live in. This is Sondre in front of the house. Photo by Olav Kvipt.
The house which the Chevy and Tom once resided to. Photo by Olav Kvipt.
5101 Fairbanks Way, Tom lived here in 1959, with his parents.

Thomas F Carroll Junior was born June 24, 1935, in San Bernardino, California. In 1940, he was living in Redlands, San Bernardino, California, at Eureka Street house no. 331. He was the son of Thomas F. Carroll and Kathryn M Carroll. In 1940, his father worked as a supply clerk,[1] and in the 1950s he worked at the MGM Studio's in Culver City. In 1954, they were living at 11314 Washington Place, Culver City, and by 1959 they had moved to 5101 Fairbanks Way, Culver City. In the late 1970s, he moved to North Hollywood. He had a backyard here, where he had about 10-11 cars. Tom died on may first 2002. His last residence was at 91353 Sun Valley, Los Angeles, California.[2]


Tom Carroll's Cars

Tom Carroll's 1949 Chevrolet


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