Larry Grobe's 1950 Mercury

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The VooDoo Hawaiian ready for paint June 5, 2016. Photo by VooDoo Larry.
Photo by VooDoo Larry.
The VooDoo Hawaiian fresh out of the paint booth June 20, 2016. Photo by VooDoo Larry.
Upholstery being installed in June of 2016. Photo by VooDoo Larry.
Final assembly July 7, 2016. Photo by VooDoo Larry.
The Hawaiian made its debut at the Pabst Blue Ribbon Run July 8, 2016. Photo by VooDoo Larry.
Photo by VooDoo Larry.


1950 Mercury four door owned and restyled by Larry Grobe of Voodoo Larry Kustoms in Schaumburg, Illinois.


Inside, the car was upholstered by Mapes Upholstery.



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