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Nick Cozzitorto's 1952 Ford F-1 Pickup. In 1952, with barely 100 miles on the odometer, Nick brought the pickup to Gene Winfield at Winfield's Custom Shop for a full custom treatment. In 1956 he returned for more work, and Winfield, sectioned, channeled, and reworked the front of the car amongst other changes. Dan Vierra bought and restored the truck. The restoration made its debut at the 2020 Sacramento Autorama featuring a beautiful Maroon paint job by Gene Winfield.
Nick Semeniuk's 1953 Mercury M100 truck of Courtice, Ontario, Canada. Nick bought the truck in the fall of 2013. Wanting to turn it into a period-correct late 1950s custom, he started restyling the truck in 2018. The build was completed in March of 2020, featuring a red and gold scallop paint job.
Martin S. Papazian's Cordster of Worcester, Massachusetts. Built in the early to mid 1950s, the car was sold in 1978. It then fell off the face of the earth and was considered lost for almost four decades. In April of 2020, it finally surfaces outside of Tulsa, Oklahoma.
Late January of 2021 Gene Winfield released a book about his racing days titled Gene Winfield's Racing Days Scrapbook. The 120-page book was announced on Instagram, and it was offered for sale on Gene's webshop at www.winfieldscustomshop.com. Click here to check price and availability at www.winfieldcustomshop.com.
Henrik Forss' 1930 Ford Model A Coupe of Sacramento, California. Henrik's Coupe was originally built by Jorel Shockley at Shockley Customs. Henrik bought the hot rod in 2021, gave it a makeover, and turned it into the Hollywood Howler.
The first Gasoline Revival and Kustomrama Invitational will be held Saturday, August 28, 2021, at Grängesberg in Sweden.

Hot Rods Built or Completed in the 2020s

Henrik Forss' 1930 Ford Model A Coupe - Hollywood Howler

Custom Trucks Built or Completed in the 2020s

Nick Semeniuk's 1953 Mercury M100 Pickup

Custom Trucks Restored or Completed in the 2020s

Nick Cozzitorto's 1952 Ford F-1 Pickup

Custom Cars Found in the 2020s

Martin S. Papazian's Cordster

Hot Rod and Custom Car Books Published in the 2020s

Traditional Hot Rod and Custom Car Shows of the 2020s


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