Casuals of San Fernando Valley

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Glen Hooker's 1939 Mercury Convertible of Burbank, California. Restyled by Valley Custom, the build was completed circa 1954-55. It was known as The Caribbean, and Casuals member Ray Pollard bought the Merc in the Summer or Fall of 1958. At the time, he lived in Pacoima, California. Ray owned it for two years before he traded it for $200 and a 1946 Pontiac fastback in 1960. At the time, he lived with a buddy in San Fernando.

The Casuals was a car club from San Fernando Valley.

Club Cars:

Glen Hooker's 1939 Mercury Convertible - The Caribbean


Ray Pollard


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