Larry Grobe

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Larry Grobe's 1960 Chrysler. Named Yakety Yak, this was Larry's first custom. Photo courtesy of VooDoo Larry.
A business card from Larry's first venture, Sideshow Kustoms. Photo courtesy of Miko M. Ispas.
Larry Grobe's 1965 Cadillac Coupe DeVille, The VooDoo DeVille, was built as a tribute to Larry Watson. The build was completed in March of 2015.
Larry Grobe's 1954 Kaiser. Named the VooDoo Sahara, Larry's radical custom was inspired by the Barris Kustoms built Golden Sahara. The build was started in November of 2014 and completed in 2016. It made its debut at the 2016 KKOA Leadsled Spectacular in Salina, Kansas.

Lawrence W. Grobe of Schaumburg, Illinois. Lawrence, also known as "VooDoo Larry," started building cars in his driveway at age 18. He was a staple at local cruise nights and car shows, and everyone looked forward to the spring to see what Larry had done to his cars during the long winter. Larry went on to open up Voodoo Larry Kustoms, a 4,500 square feet shop.[1]

Larry Grobe's Personal Rides

Larry Grobe's 1928 Dodge - The VooDoo Diablo
Larry Grobe's 1928 Hudson Roadster - The VooDoo Hex
Larry Grobe's 1930 Ford Model A Coupe - Voodoo Psychosis
Larry Grobe's 1946 Ford - The Voodoo Idol
Larry Grobe's 1950 Mercury - The VooDoo Hawaiian
Larry Grobe's 1952 Chevrolet - The Stray Cat
Larry Grobe's 1952 Oldsmobile - VooDoo Man
Larry Grobe's 1953 Chevrolet 210 - The Voodoo Kreeper
Larry Grobe's 1954 Kaiser - The VooDoo Sahara

Larry Grobe's 1960 Chrysler - Yakety Yak
Larry Grobe's 1965 Cadillac DeVille - VooDoo DeVille



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