Difference between revisions of "John Aiello"

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[[Image:Richard-zocchi-second-1962-pontiac-profile.jpg|thumb|400px|[[Richard Zocchi's Second 1962 Pontiac]] Grand Prix was restyled by [[Lucky 7 Custom]] for [[Richard Zocchi]]. The car was built as a chopped clone of a [[1962 Pontiac]] Grand Prix that [[Gene Winfield]] restyled for Zocchi in [[1962]]. The build was completed in [[2002]]. John did the bodywork on the car.|link=Richard Zocchi's Second 1962 Pontiac]]
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[[Image:Richard-zocchi-second-1962-pontiac-profile.jpg|thumb|400px|[[Richard Zocchi's Second 1962 Pontiac]] Grand Prix was restyled by [[Lucky 7 Custom]] for [[Richard Zocchi]] of [[Walnut Creek]], [[California]]. The car was built as a chopped clone of a [[1962 Pontiac]] Grand Prix that [[Gene Winfield]] restyled for Zocchi in [[1962]]. The build was completed in [[2002]]. John did the bodywork on the car.|link=Richard Zocchi's Second 1962 Pontiac]]
  
  
 
== Cars Restyled by John Aiello ==
 
== Cars Restyled by John Aiello ==
 
[[Richard Zocchi's Second 1962 Pontiac]] Grand Prix<br>
 
[[Richard Zocchi's Second 1962 Pontiac]] Grand Prix<br>

Latest revision as of 14:48, 22 February 2013

Richard Zocchi's Second 1962 Pontiac Grand Prix was restyled by Lucky 7 Custom for Richard Zocchi of Walnut Creek, California. The car was built as a chopped clone of a 1962 Pontiac Grand Prix that Gene Winfield restyled for Zocchi in 1962. The build was completed in 2002. John did the bodywork on the car.


Cars Restyled by John Aiello

Richard Zocchi's Second 1962 Pontiac Grand Prix



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