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Nick De Simon's 1940 Ford Coupe of Teaneck, New Jersey. Nick worked for his dad at De Simon Auto Body. He was a very talented body man and fabricator, and the coupe was built during weekends, nights, and in Nick's spare time. Featuring a chopped top and channeled body, the build was completed around 1957. It was dressed up with short lakes pipes that ran along the bottom edge of the rear fenders.
Jim Galvin's 1949 Ford Tudor of Ottawa, Illinois. Galvin is an original member of the Illinois Valley Mis-Fires car club. He built the Ford in his backyard, starting the build in 1958. By 1959, the car had been painted blue with a scallop paint job and a chopped top. It was dressed up with chromed lake pipes.
Ron Volpe's 1957 Ford Convertible of La Salle, Illinois. Ron was a member of the Illinois Valley Mis-Fires. Between the years 1960 and 1963 he took the car through five different stages. This photo shows a mild iteration of the car as it appeared circa 1960. By then, the car had been dressed up with Lakes Pipes

Custom Cars Featuring Lakes Pipes

Nick De Simon's 1940 Ford Coupe
Jim Galvin's 1949 Ford Tudor
Ron Volpe's 1957 Ford Convertible - Red Robin II


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