Ralph Turnberg's 1939 Ford

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A photo of Ralph's convertible as it appeared in 1952. Photo courtesy of Rod & Custom Magazine.

1939 Ford convertible owned and restyled by Ralph Turnberg of Brockton, Massachusetts. William Day of Beverly Farms, Massachusetts spotted Ralph's chopped and channeled convertible during a family vacation in 1952. William was 9 years old at the time, and Ralph's custom would change the kid's life forever.[1]



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