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Clyde Walther's 1940 Ford Convertible of Stockton, California. Clyde bought the car off a used car lot in Stockton about 1953. It had already been customized when he bought it, and they never found out who did the job.
Tom Viviano's 1952 Oldsmobile Holiday88 of Stockton, California. Joe Wilhelm helped restyled Tom's Oldsmobile sometime around 1954-1955.
Garret Walther's 1940 Ford Coupe of Stockton, California. The coupe was Garret's first car. He bought it in 1955. Installed a huge 1952 Chrysler FirePower Hemi-engine and went racing.
Dick Mesa's 1949 Ford Convertible of Stockton, California. Dick's Ford was restyled by Gene Winfield at Winfield's Custom Shop sometime around 1956-1957.
Garret Walther's 1950 Oldsmobile Fastback of Stockton, California. Garret bought the car in 1958. About a year he gave it a scallop paint job. He painted the base color, masked off scallops, and had Gene Winfield paint them gold at Winfield's Custom Shop.
LeRoy Goulart's 1951 Ford of Stockton, California. Gene Winfield restyled the car for LeRoy sometime around 1956-1957. This iteration was painted in a green-gold and dressed up with pinstriping by Von Dutch.

Hot Rods of Stockton, California

Garret Walther's 1940 Ford Coupe

Custom Cars of Stockton, California

Clyde Walther's 1940 Ford Convertible
Dick Mesa's 1949 Ford
Garret Walther's 1950 Oldsmobile Fastback
LeRoy Goulart's 1951 Ford
Tom Viviano's 1952 Oldsmobile 88 Holiday

Citizens of Stockton, California

Clyde Walther
Dick Mesa
Garret Walther
LeRoy Goulart
Ray Goulart
Tom Viviano
Walter Storer


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