Bernardo Auto Body Customs
Bernardo Auto Body of Milford, Connecticut was run and operated by Jim and George Bernardo. In 1961 The Bernardo Brothers had 7 cars displayed at the Hartford Autorama. At the time their shop was located at 215 Naugatuck Avenue. According an ad they ran in the souvenir pictorial for the show, they were specialists in unique finished such as Metalic, Candy, Pearl and Metalflake.
Cars Restyled by Bernardo Auto Body Customs
Jim and George Bernardo's 1948 GMC Pickup
Johnny Dell's 1951 Mercury
Phil Rapuano's 1954 Ford
Richard Piscatelli's 1954 Mercury
Gary Broccoli's 1955 Mercury Monterey
Peter Chiraluce's 1956 Ford Victoria
Jim DeSalle's 1957 Oldsmobile Convertible
Jim and George Bernardo's 1957 Plymouth Convertible
Tom McHugh's 1957 Plymouth Two Door Sedan
Bob Croatti's 1959 Ford Thundrbird
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