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John Bozio's 1953 Buick Roadmaster of East Hartford, Connecticut was restyled between 1956 and 1957. Bozio's Buick featured a home made Continental Kit.
Ron Fagundes' 1952 Ford Victoria of Napa, California. Ron's Ford, known as The Ronbardue Kart, was restyled by Barris Kustoms, A-1 Body Work, Hall's Top Shop and Andy Southard. The build was completed in 1958 featuring a Continental Kit.
Jim Logue's 1954 Ford convertible of Long Beach, California. Completed in 1958, Jim's Ford might have been the first car ever to use hydraulic lifts from aircraft surplus parts to raise and lower the suspension. A dummy continental kit was molded into the deck lid of the car.
John Rae's 1951 Ford of Kenilworth, New Jersey. John bought the car from Hanover, New Jersey in 1962. It had already been customized when he got it, featuring a Continental Kit.
Nick Phillips' 1955 Chevrolet convertible was restyled by Bo Huff at Bo Huff Customs. Completed in 2004, the car is a clone of Sam Barris' 1955 Chevrolet convertible as it appeared while Stan Robles owned it.


Cars Featuring Continental Kits

John Rae's 1951 Ford
Ron Fagundes' 1952 Ford Victoria - The Ronbardue Kart
John Bozio's 1953 Buick Roadmaster
Jim Logue's 1954 Ford Convertible
Nick Phillips' 1955 Chevrolet Convertible



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