George Barris' 1942 Cadillac

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Photo courtesy of George Barris - Barris Kustoms.
George's Cadillac was used to promote the business in an ad in Motor Trend November 1949.


1942 Cadillac convertible owned and restyled by George Barris of Barris Kustoms in Los Angeles, California. George built the Cadillac after he had put his craftsmanship and business on the map, winning the first Hot Rod Exposition in 1948 with his 1941 Buick.



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