Dale Sinner's 1932 Ford

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1932 Ford three-window coupe owned by Drag-Ons car club member Dale Sinner. Dale's coupe was chopped by John Manok at Barris Kustoms. The job was done while they ran a shop a 4120-1/2 East Florence Avenue in Bell. In 2018 Dale told Sondre Kvipt of Kustomrama that Barris did a lot of custom work while he was in Bell, "He did a Ford for a friend of mine. This fellow, Jesse Lopez, and Barris came up with the first Candy Apple color. I know there were other guys who came up with Candy Apple color but I think that Jess and George were the first."

In October of 2016 Dale told Kustomrama that his coupe was chopped and that he ran it without fenders: " I clocked it at one meet at El Mirage lake at 127MPH and this was in 1949."[1]



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