Freeman Automotive Design

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Henry Contreras' 1955 Chevrolet Bel Air of Norwalk, California. Henry was a member of the Rogues of Long Beach car club, and his Chevrolet was restyled several times in the 1950s and 1960s. Branson's Custom Shop was responsible for many of the modifications on the car. In 2016 Freeman Automotive Design began a restoration of the old custom.

Freeman Automotive Design of Santa Barbara, California. Freeman Automotive Design is a restoration and fabrication shop that specializes in the unique. This uniqueness is seen not only in the projects that occupy the shop; but also in the fact that their clients are encouraged to be ultimately involved in their project, making their dream come to life.


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Cars Restored by Freeman Automotive Design

Henry Contreras' 1955 Chevrolet Bel Air


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www.freemanautomotivedesign.com



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