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Gene Schilling's 1949 Chevrolet Convertible of Kenosha, Wisconsin. Customized in 1952, the car was built by Gene and his two buddies Kurt Lineau and Art Hubbard.
Bill Block's 1936 Ford 3-Window Coupe of Kenosha, Wisconsin. Known as Brandy's Chariot and Golden Chariot, the car was restyled by Dave Puhl at Trend Customs in the late 1950s and the early 1960s. It was considered by many to be the finest custom rods ever built, and William made a total cash investment of $ 9000 including labor and 300 hours of work to build it.

Custom Cars of Kenosha, Wisconsin

William "Bill" Block's 1936 Ford 3-Window Coupe - Brandy's Chariot
Gene Schilling's 1949 Chevrolet Convertible
Robert Wayne Owens' 1955 Plymouth Convertible

Citizens of Kenosha, Wisconsin

Gene Schilling
Robert Wayne Owens
William Block


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