Ron Gomez

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Ron Gomez' 1941 Buick was restyled by the Drag-N-Shop.

Ron Gomez of Los Angeles, California is a member of the Zombies car club. Ron's first car was a 1958 Chevrolet Impala that featured a Larry Seitz paint job. Ron's Impala was a mild custom, and a cool ride for a 16 years old teenager. Ron's dad was into building cars, and he owned several gas stations in Los Angeles from the late 1950s through the 1980s. The Gomez boys worked with their dad after school and on weekends, and they knew several low riders and hot rodders who would stop by to get fuel or have their cars serviced. Ron collected old magazines, and was very inspired by the work of the Ayala Brothers, Barris Kustoms and Harry Westergard. At young age, Ron was determined about one day owning an early style custom car like he saw in those magazines.[1]

Ron Gomez' Cars

Ron Gomez' 1941 Buick
Henry Contreras' 1955 Chevrolet
Ron Gomez' 1958 Chevrolet Impala


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