Hayward Custom Auto Review
Hayward Custom Auto Review 1961
Hayward Custom Auto Review 1960
The first Hayward Custom Auto Review was held May 6 thru 8, 1960 at the Perry and Key Body Shop in Hayward, California. 50 custom made cars, worth more than $250,000 were displayed at the show. Amongst the most notable builders that entered cars were Joe Bailon, Joe Wilhelm, George Barris and Bob McNulty. The attendees competed for $1,000 worth of trophies and sweepstakes awards. The show did also include a display of Go-Karts and Micro-Midgets. Part of proceeds from the show went to the auditorium building fund of All Saints Parochial School. Hayward Motors and Bill Keith co-operated in sponsoring the show. Joe Ortiz and his wife Verda Ortiz were co-chairmen of the event, while Jerry Sahagon was the director.
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