Gary Cerveny

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Ron Price's 1933 Ford 3-Window Coupe of San Jose, California. Built in the early 1960s, the car made its debut in 1961, at the Grand National Roadster Show. In the late 1970s Ed Roth was commissioned to redo the car for a later owner. Roth gave it an orange paint job that he dressed up with pinstriping. Gary bought the car in the mid 1980s, and it stayed in his collection for decades.


Lost to Malibu Wildfires

In November of 2018 the Norman Timbs Special, and 30 plus other cars, including Dave Cunningham's 1940 Ford, Lee Talbot and Sam Chakries' 1953 Studebaker Pick Up, and Ray Goulart's 1950 Oldsmobile were lost to the Malibu wildfires as Gary Cerveny's collection burned down to the ground.[1] A tragic day in custom car history.

Gary Cerveny's Cars

Ron Price's 1933 Ford 3-Window Coupe

Norman Timbs' Buick Special




 

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