Bob Hagerty

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Bob Hagerty's 1931 Ford Model A Tudor Sedan. Bob, who was a member of the Coach Masters of Wheaton, built the car himself. The build took two years, and it was completed in 1964. Bob's tudor was shown on the East Coast as "Jade East."
A 1951 Ford that Bob built in the late 1970s. This photo shows the car as it appeared in 1979. "I built it and sold it to a guy that pulled me over going down the street one day. He offered me so much for it I couldn’t refuse it. " Photo courtesy of Bob Hagerty.
A Calfax Motors of Maryland shirt showing some of the cars that Bob has built.
A 1965 Ford Mustang that Bob rebuilt from top to bottom. Photo courtesy of Bob Hagerty.
A Corvette that Bob built. Photo courtesy of Bob Hagerty.
A 1996 Chevrolet Impala SS that Bob restyled. He bought it brand new and took it right to the body shop where he redid it top to bottom. Modifications included a lowering, shaved door handles, louvered hood, molded in bumpers, frenched 1959 Cadillac taillights and more. Photo courtesy of Bob Hagerty.

Bob Hagerty of Wheaton, Maryland. Bob grew up in Wheaton. He went to Wheaton High School, and was a member of the Coach Masters of Wheaton car club. While in high school, Bob began building a 1931 Ford Model A tudor named Jade East. In 2016 Bob told Kustomrama that he worked as a helper for a body shop called Calfax Motors of Maryland when he built the tudor; "I went on to become a painter and a body man, before I bought the shop in 1973."[1]

Bob Hagerty's Cars

Bob Hagerty's 1931 Ford Model A Tudor Sedan - Jade East
Bob Hagerty's 1951 Ford


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