Tommy the Greek's 1936 Ford

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A photo of a young Tommy with his 1936 Ford custom. Photo from The Art Himsl Collection.
Tommy's Phaeton at the 1952 National Roadster Show in Oakland, California.[1]

1936 Ford Phaeton owned and restyled by Tommy "The Greek" Hrones of Oakland, California. Tommy restyled the car in 1937. In 1952, Tommy's Phaeton was showed at the National Roadster Show in Oakland, by then Tommy had removed the running boards, added a DuVall Windshield, shaved the door handles, added fender skirts and by bobbed the trailing edge of the front fenders.


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