The Westergard Look

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Fitted with a luxurious LaSalle grille, Jack Odbert's 1936 Ford Roadster is a typical Westergard custom.


The Westergard Look is a term used to describe cars that are built in a 1940s look. It is coined after Harry Westergard, a pioneer Sacramento, California customizer, and it is often used on 1935 - 1936 Ford taildraggers that have been modified to accept a LaSalle or Packard grille.



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