Ed Haaseth

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A photo of Ed doing some work on the dashboard on the Ralph Lysell's Rally. The photo was taken in April of 1951 and it appeared in a short story about the car in NRK Filmavisen. Photo courtesy of NRK.
An original print of Ralph Lysell's Rally that Ed Håseth brought with him to the United States. Ed did most of the sheet metal forming on the car. Photo courtesy of Terry Haaseth.

Ed Haaseth was born in Norway. He was a sheet metal worker, and in 1948, after the war, he moved to Oslo. In Oslo he ended up doing most of the sheet metal forming on Ralph Lysell's Rally. In 2018 Ed's son Terry told Sondre Kvipt of Kustomrama that his dad was always proud of the Rally. Ed passed away in 2003.[1]



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