Art & Jerry Custom Shop

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Arthur Lellis' 1939 Ford Convertible of Los Angeles, California. Restyled by Art at Art & Jerry Custom Shop, the build was completed in 1946.
Jerry Moffatt's 1939 Ford Convertible of Los Angeles, California. Restyled by Jerry at Olive Hill Garage, the build was completed in 1946.
Johnny Williams' 1940 Ford was restyled sometime before February 1949.

Art & Jerry Custom Shop of Los Angeles, California. Run by Arthur Lellis and Jerry Moffatt, the shop was also known as "Olive Hill Garage". An old for sale ad for Art's Ford shows that the shop was located at 4720 Sunset Blvd in Los Angeles.


Arthur Lellis
Jerry Moffatt

Cars Restyled By Art & Jerry's Custom Shop

Arthur Lellis' 1939 Ford Convertible
Jerry Moffatt's 1939 Ford Convertible
Johnny Williams' 1940 Ford
Pete Brock's 1946 Ford Convertible

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