Orange County

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Roger Squires' 1947 Chevrolet Fleetline was restyled by Roger Squires of Torrance, California in the late 1960s. Known as "Pastime", the car is a surviving example of the early lowrider style, and it was engineered and built to a standard that was unusual for the time. The first version of Roger's Fleetline was completed around 1968. Chayo Olguin of Orange County, California bought the car from Roger around 1972.
Gil Ayala's 1955 Ford Thunderbird of East Los Angeles, California. Known as the Wild Bird, the car was restyled by Gil and Al Ayala at Gil's Auto Body Works. The first version was completed in 1956. Circa 2011 Danny Cuellar found the remains of the old custom in Orange County.
The Kevin Hertfelder's Sport Custom of Orange County, California. When Kevin bought the car in 2010 he was told that it came from the Mid-West.

Custom Cars of Orange County, California

Roger Squires' 1947 Chevrolet Fleetline - Pastime
Gil Ayala's 1955 Ford Thunderbird - The Wild Bird

Sport Customs of Orange County, California

Kevin Hertfelder's Sport Custom

Custom, Body, Paint and Repair Shops of Orange County, California

Bo's Paints

Hot Rod and Custom Car Clubs of Orange County, California


Citizens of Orange County, California

Bo Huff
Chayo Olguin

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