Clarence Patterson

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Clarence Patterson's 1939 Ford convertible of Glen Allen, Virginia. Built by Glen, the build was started in 1948 and completed in 1951.

Clarence "Slick" Patterson of Glen Allen, Virginia. Clarence was known as "Slick" because of the way he liked his hair combed back. Small in size, Glen was born in 1928, and he lived in Glen Allen, outside of Richmond. He was raised by his grandparents. At 16, he altered his birth certificate, dropped out of school and joined the Navy at the end of World War II, serving on USS Iowa. On the way up and back, he found himself stationed in Long Beach, California.

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Clarence Patterson's 1939 Ford Convertible


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