Ray Farhner's 1940 Ford

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An early version of Ray's truck. Photo courtesy of Justin Greene - Wild Child's Custom Shop.
A scalloped iteration of ray's truck photographed at an indoor car show. Photo from The Roger Lick Photo Collection.
A third iteration of the truck as it appeared in 1959. By then the car had received a more radical scallop paint job.
A photo of Ray's Pickup that Grier Lowry took. This photo appeared in print in Custom Craft Magazine, and according to the caption in the magazine, the two men in the photo are Ray Farhner and his top aide Doug Thompson. Photo from The Ray Soff Photo Collection.

1940 Ford Pickup owned and restyled by Ray Farhner of Farhner Custom Shop in Kansas City, Missouri. Ray's pickup featured Buick lights, scooped fenders, late model Ford bed and rear fenders, custom upholstery, dual spotlights, and a wild scallop paint job.[1]

Magazine Features

Custom Cars October 1959



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