Joe Siclari's 1957 Ford

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Joe's Ford as it sat in December of 2004. Photo courtesy of Joe Siclari, from [1]
Joe's Ford at Moonlite Kustoms. Photo courtesy of Moonlite Kustoms.
The quarter panels were modified to accept 1958 Edsel Wagon taillights. Photo courtesy of Moonlite Kustoms.
Ford F-100 headlight rings were installed up front. Photo courtesy of Moonlite Kustoms.
Photo courtesy of Moonlite Kustoms.
Photo courtesy of Moonlite Kustoms.
Photo courtesy of Moonlite Kustoms.
Photo courtesy of Moonlite Kustoms.
Photo courtesy of Moonlite Kustoms.
Photo courtesy of Moonlite Kustoms.
Photo courtesy of Moonlite Kustoms.
Photo courtesy of Moonlite Kustoms.
Joe's Ford made it's debut at the 2010 Detroit Autorama. At the show the car won the Alexander Brothers Award. Photo courtesy of Moonlite Kustoms.
Photo courtesy of Moonlite Kustoms.
Photo courtesy of Moonlite Kustoms.
Photo courtesy of Joe Siclari.
Photo by Richard Toonkel.


1957 Ford Custom 300 owned by Joe Siclari of Union, New Jersey. Joe's Ford is known as the Pearl Necklace, and most of the restyling on the car was done at Moonlite Kustoms. At Moonlite, the car was nosed, decked and shaved for handles before the entire front end was molded together. Ford F100 headlight rings were installed up front, while the rear end was modified to accept a pair of 1958 Edsel Wagon taillights. Once the bodywork was done, the car received a Kandy Teal basecoat with doublemint Pearl White scallops. The Pearl Necklace made it's debut at the 2010 Detroit Autorama, were it also won the Alexander Brothers Award.[2]


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