Wilhelm's Custom Shop
Triple Win at the 1957 National Roadster Show
In 1957, three cars built by Wilhelm won awards at the National Roadster Show. Eric Bracher's 1956 Chevrolet won top honors for offering the most to the automotive design field. The other winners were Jim Gregg's 1953 Chevrolet and John Major's 1954 Ford.
Cars Restyled by Joe Wilhelm
Mel Taormino's 1929 Ford Model A Roadster Pickup
The Mark I Mist
Joe Wilhelm's 1939 Nash Coupe
Willard Batey's 1948 Plymouth
Abe Sanchez' 1951 Chevrolet - "Grape Country Custom"
Tom Viviano's 1952 Oldsmobile Holiday 88
Jim Gregg's 1953 Chevrolet
John Major's 1954 Ford
Mike Lerner's 1954 Ford
Andy Anderson's 1955 Jaguar XK-140MC Royal
Eric Bracher's 1956 Chevrolet
Jack Snyder’s 1956 Chevrolet
Jim McClenham's 1957 Chevrolet
Clif Inman's 1957 Chrysler
Eddie Johnson's 1957 Plymouth
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