Car Craft March 1959

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Ed Norton & Armie Marion's 1925 Ford Model-T Roadster of Seattle, Washington. Ed and Armie were members of the Clutchers of Seattle car club.


Editor: Dick Ray
Managing Editor: Don Evans
Associate Editor: Jim Gilbert
Editorial Design: Art Smith
Production: Yvonne Hull & Marie Donnell
Advertising: Pete Hallock
Ad Production: Bob Young
Photographers: Bob D'Olivio, Al Paloczy, Colin Creitz and Pat Brollier
Editorial Field: Bob Hardee
Representatives: George Barris, Bud Lang, Frank Faraone and Woody Higgins


Custom Forecast for 1959
Six of the nation's top customizers look to the future

Accessory of the month
Kolor Krome spray bombs are used to stylize hubcaps

Immaculate construction of the fabolous drag cars is shown

The "secrets of candy colors"
Part 2 reveals the preparation and application procedures

Coupe De Grace
One of the nicest renditions of the 1936 Ford coupe

Restyling the El Camino
Winfield's Custom Shop performs restyle on the newest El Camino

Not just a Merc
Crossbread of parts from many makes combined with a Merc

Engine analysis
Don Francisco explains engine details on a top gas dragster

Contents and Featured Cars

Karl Zipf's 1930 Ford Model-A Coupe
Bob Goodman's 1937 Ford Coupe
Ed Norton & Armie Marion's 1925 Ford Model-T Roadster
Frank & George Puccinelli's 1930 Ford Model-A Roadster
Don McBride's 1932 Ford Sedan
Vern Rogers' 1947 Crosley
Hank Fournier's 1936 Ford 5-Window Coupe
Dick Schneider's 1950 Mercury

Reader's Cars
Jim Green's 1949 Ford F-1
Ed Sterling's 1949 Ford Convertible
Bob Cusic's 1955 Mercury

Custom Queries with Neil Emory


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