John D'Agostino's 1958 Packard

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Rita made its debut at the Rodeo Drive Concours in Beverly Hills on Fathers Day 2016. Photo courtesy of John D'Agostino.
A photo of John D'Agostino with Rita. Photo courtesy of John D'Agostino.
Photo courtesy of John D'Agostino.
Photo courtesy of John D'Agostino.
The Pantheon and Rita. Photo courtesy of John D'Agostino.
Photo by Howard Gribble.


1958 Packard owned and designed by John D'Agostino of Discovery Bay, California. Named Rita, the two seater sportster was built as a tribute to Hollywood movie actress Rita Hayworth. It was designed by John and OZ Welch. Body and paint was performed by OZ Kustoms in Oroville, California, while the interior was upholstered by Bob Divine at Divine's Custom Interiors. The build made its debut at the Rodeo Drive Concours in Beverly Hills on Fathers Day 2016.[1]


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