Monego's Body Shop

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Edward Meritai's 1950 Ford of East Paterson, New Jersey. Restyled by Monego's Body Shop, the build was completed in 1958.
George Mizzi Jr.'s 1950 Mercury Convertible of Lyndhurst, New Jersey. Mizzi was a member of the Driving Deuces car club, and his Mercury was restyled at Monego's Body Shop. Named the "Purple Bug," the build was completed circa 1958 - 1959.
Ernie Geisler's 1956 Chevrolet Convertible of Lynhurst, New Jersey. Ernie was a member of the Drivin Deuces of Carlstadt car club, and his car, known as "The Black Knight," was restyled by Monego's Auto Body in the late 1950s and the early 1960s.

Monego's Body Shop of Garfield, New Jersey. The shop was run and operated by Joe Monego. According to East Coast Custom Historian Ray Soff, Monego did all of the Drivin Deuces cars. Ray believes Joe started working on custom cars in the 1950s.[1]

Cars Restyled by Monego's Body Shop

Edward Meritai's 1950 Ford
George Mizzi Jr.'s 1950 Mercury Convertible - The Purple Bug
Ernie Geisler's 1956 Chevrolet Convertible - The Black Knight
Mickey Mazzuca's 1956 Mercury



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