Tony Bruskivage

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Irvin Kirschner's 1955 Chevrolet of Westwood, New Jersey. Known as the Princess and the Pirate, the car was restyled several times by Tony Bruskivage of Hawthorne, New Jersey. The bubbletop version made it's debut in 1964.

Tony Bruskivage of Hawthorne, New Jersey. Tony eventually moved to Florida. He lived in Florida until he passed away.[1]


Tony Bruskivage's Cars

Tony Bruskivage's 1952 Lincoln Convertible - The Pearl


Cars Painted or Restyled by Tony Bruskivage

Bill and Tom Sperry's 1952 Mercury - Casper the Ghost
Irvin Kirschner's 1955 Chevrolet Convertible - The Princess and the Pirate
Don Von Dwingelo's 1956 Ford Thunderbird


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