Drake Brothers Machine Shop

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A Drake Brothers Machine Shop ad from Hot Rod March 1949.
A "Custom Louvers" ad by the Drake Brothers from the 1955 Coachman Show Program.
Bob Brown's 1940 Ford Coupe of Pico, California sported a flame job done in organe, red and blacl. It was upholstered by John's Auto Top Shop of East Los Angeles. The louvers were punched by the Drake Brothers.

Drake Brothers Machine Shop of Maywood, California. In 1949 the shop was located at 3568 Fruitland Ave. By 1955 they had moved to 4728 E Slauson.

In 1953, it cost 15 cent to punch one louver.

Cars Featuring Louvers By The Drake Brothers
Bob Brown's 1940 Ford Coupe


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