The Trendero

From Kustomrama
(Redirected from Trendero)
Jump to: navigation, search
The Trendero during the construction.Photo from the Dick Fuerholzer Collection.
Photo from the Dick Fuerholzer Collection.
Photo from the Dick Fuerholzer Collection.
Photo from the Dick Fuerholzer Collection.
Photo from the Dick Fuerholzer Collection.
Photo from the Dick Fuerholzer Collection.
Photo from the Dick Fuerholzer Collection.
Photo from the Dick Fuerholzer Collection.
Photo from the Dick Fuerholzer Collection.
Photo from the Dick Fuerholzer Collection.
The Trendero at the Detroit Autorama. Photo from The Dave Jenkins Photo Collection.
An engine shot of the Trendero at the Detroit Autorama. Photo from The Dave Jenkins Photo Collection.
Trendero-trend-automotive.jpg
Trendero-trend-automotive3.jpg
The Trendero displayed at Trend Automotive.
The Trendero in 2004
The-trendero-moriarity.jpg
The-trendero-moriarity2.jpg
The-trendero-moriarity3.jpg
The-trendero-moriarity4.jpg

<protect>

Kustomrama-banner.jpg

</protect>

1957 Ford Ranchero built by Dave Puhl and John Malik of Trend Automotive in Lyons, Illinois. The build was started in 1960, and completed in 1961. The car was last shown at the New York Worlds Fair in 1965.[1]

Mark Moriarity of Mounds, Minnesota bought the Trendero from John Malik in 2004. When he bought it, the car had been stored inside since the New York Worlds Fair in 1965.[2] March 2010, the Trendero was advertised for sale on the HAMB. The asking price was $32,000 USD.[3]


Magazine Features

Car Craft January 1962


References



Promote your shop, show or business on Kustomrama - This ad space can also be bought to promote cars for sale or to hunt down rare parts you're looking for. Click here for more info...

 

Did You Enjoy This Article?

Kustomrama is an online encyclopedia dedicated to traditional hot rod and custom cars. Our mission is to protect, preserve and share traditional hot rod custom car history from all over the world.




Help Us Make This Article Better

If you have additional information, photos, feedback or corrections about The Trendero, please get in touch with Kustomrama at: mail@kustomrama.com.


Personal tools
Please Help Kustomrama
facebook
Recommended reading