The traditional hot rod and kustom scene got a revival in the 1990s through car clubs such as the Shifters, Burbank Choppers, Lucky Devils, Auto Butchers, Checs, and Deacons. The clubs were mostly started and organized by teenagers from California.
In Sweden, clubs such as the A-Bombers and Jokers were formed. Along with some coverage in magazines such as Wheels Magazine and Power Magazine, the A-Bombers and Jokers were instrumental in spreading the revival traditional rod, kustom and rockabilly scene in Scandinavia.
Traditional Hot Rods of the 1990s
Kevan Sledge's 1924 Ford Model T Roadster
Traditional Custom Cars of the 1990s
Jon Fisher's 1936 Ford 3-Window Coupe
Harry Rusbach Jr's 1941 Ford Coupe
Randy Rhoades' 1950 Chevrolet
Steve Sellers' 1950 Ford Business Coupe - Sellers Seaweed Coupe
Rich Pichette's 1957 Chevrolet Sedan Delivery
Peder Behr's 1960 Chrysler New Yorker
Hot Rod and Custom Car Clubs of the 1990s
Traditional Hot Rod and Custom Car Show of the 1990s
Cars Restored in the 1990s
Fred Rowe's 1951 Mercury Convertible
Custom Body Shops of the 1990s
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