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Herman Rost's 1928 Ford Model A Roadster Pickup
Rudy Makela's 1942 Cadillac convertible of Indianapolis, Indiana. Built by Rudy at Indianapolis Power Hammer Works Inc, the build was started in 1942 and completed in 1950s. In 1983 Stephen Lisak of Arab, Alabama bought the remains of the old custom from a salvage yard in Fort Wayne.

Hot Rods of Fort Wayne, Indiana

Herman Rost's 1928 Ford Model A Roadster Pickup


Custom Cars of Fort Wayne, Indiana

Rudy Makela's 1942 Cadillac Convertible - "WOW"
Fort Wayne's 1952 Chevrolet El Camino
Al Gratz' 1955 Chevrolet


Custom Shops of Fort Wayne, Indiana

Gratz Body Shop

Rod and Custom Car Shows of Fort Wayne, Indiana

Rod and Custom Masterpieces and Dream Cars


Citizens of Fort Wayne, Indiana

Al Gratz
Herman A. Rost



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