Detroit Autorama 1958

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Al and Dave Tarkanyi's 1932 Ford 3-window coupe at the 1958 Detroit Autorama. The placard in front of the car was lettered by Bob Larivee's dad, who lettered all the placards back then. The lettering was in water colors, and a sable brush were used.[1]
Another photo of Al and Dave Tarkanyi's 1932 Ford 3-window coupe at the 1958 Detroit Autorama. Photo from The HAMB.
Everybody that showed a car in 58' got one of these tags. This one belonged to Frank Mack. Photo from The HAMB.

Bill Hines' 1950 Ford, The Lil' Bat made its debut at the 1958 Autorama.


Cars Attending:
Alexander Brothers' 1931 Ford Model A Pickup - The Grasshopper
Al and Dave Tarkanyi's 1932 Ford 3-Window Coupe
Marty Ribits' 1934 Ford Cabriolet - The Golden Nugget
Jerry Yatch's 1940 Mercury
Bob Nugent's 1946 Lincoln Coupe
Bill Hines' 1950 Ford - The Lil' Bat
Jerry Sarkozi's 1956 Chevrolet Delray


Awarded Cars:
Best Paint: The Alexander Brothers' 1931 Ford Model A Pickup - The Grasshopper


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