Jerry Sahagon

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The Pearl White version of Joe Boliba's 1956 Chevrolet Convertible featured an interior by Jerry.
Gene Boucher's 1956 Ford, The Marquis, was restyled by Bill Cushenbery of Cushenbery Custom Shop. The build took two and a half year to complete, and it made its debut in January of 1962. In the 1990s Jerry started a restoration of the car for its current owner Bud Millard. Jerry also upholstered the Marquis during the restoration.

Jerry Sahagon of Hayward, California was a member of the Satan's Angels car club. Jerry was also an upholsterer and director of the Hayward Custom Auto Review.

Jerry Sahagon's Cars

Jerry Sahagon's 1951 Chevrolet

Cars Upholstered by Jerry Sahagon

Jerry Sahagon's 1951 Chevrolet Club Coupe
Mike Sparrow's 1956 Chevrolet Corvette
Gene Boucher's 1956 Ford - The Marquis
Richard Lee Tiago's 1957 Ford Ranchero

Cars Restored by Jerry Sahagon

Gene Boucher's 1956 Ford - The Marquis

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