Jerry Vrionis' 1941 Ford
1941 Ford Pickup restyled by R. C. H. Auto Body Shop for Jerry Vrionis of San Francisco, California. The car was painted red and decorated with yellow flames. The body and bed was striped, and a white canvas tarpaulin covered the bed. It was lowered up front by installing a 3-inch dropped Dago axle. It had 5.60-15 front tires and 820-16 rear tires. The rear bumper was removed and Nerf bars were installed. A 1953 Ford engine nestled under the hood, fully bored 3-5/10 and stroked 4-1/8. It was fully equipped with Edelbrock heads, Offenhauser 4-barrel manifold, column shift, Weber flywheel, 1953 Chrysler intake valves, Columbia rear end, 6 forward speeds and exhaust pipes both outside and back. 
- ↑ The Hamb - Oakland Customs #2......1955
- ↑ The 1955 Grand National Roadster Show Souvenir Program
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