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Larry Neves' 1924 Ford Model T Roadster of Oakland, California. In 1950 Larry's roadster came second to Bill NieKamp's 1929 Ford roadster for the America's Most Beautiful Roadster award at the Oakland Roadster Show. Woody Lee bought the car shortly thereafter. He owned it for a little while before it ended up with Chuck Chenowth.
Orvel Reichert's 1931 Ford Model A Roadster was built in 1950
Gil Lippincott's 1934 Ford Tudor was restyled in 1950.
Joe Urritta's 1941 Ford was brought to Barris Kustoms in February of 1950. By July the same year, the completed build was featured in Motor Trend July 1950.
Rudy Makela's 1942 Cadillac convertible of Indianapolis, Indiana. Built by Rudy at Indianapolis Power Hammer Works Inc, the build was started in 1942 and completed in 1950s.
Carl Abajian's 1949 Chevrolet Convertible was re-painted dark-blue by Barris Kustoms in 1950.

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Cars Built or Completed in 1950

Jack McDermott's 1929 Ford Roadster
Orvel Reichert's 1931 Ford Model A Roadster
Tom Logan's 1932 Chevrolet Pickup
Gil Lippincott's 1934 Ford Tudor
Wayne Mahaffey's 1935 Ford Phaeton
Nick Matranga's 1940 Mercury
George Contaoi's 1941 Ford Tudor
Joe Urritta's 1941 Ford
Rudy Makela's 1942 Cadillac Convertible - "WOW"
Carl Abajian's 1949 Chevrolet Convertible
Hal Baud's 1950 Oldsmobile 88

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