Hersti AutoShop

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Timo Hersti's 1941 Lincoln Zephyr of Tuusula, Finland. The coupe was restyled by Timo at his Hersti AutoShop. He completed the build early in 2013, and it made it's first public debut at the 2013 Custom Motor Show in Elmia, Sweden.
Miikka Salminen's 1936 Dodge Coupe of Finland. Timo restyled the nose, reworked the chassis and painted Miikka's coupe. The build was completed in 2013.


Hersti AutoShop of Tuusula, Finland is run and operated by Timo Hersti.


Cars Restyled by Hersti AutoShop

Miikka Salminen's 1936 Dodge Coupe
Timo Hersti's 1938 Buick Convertible
Timo Hersti's 1941 Lincoln Zephyr Coupe



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