Voodoo Larry Kustoms
"VooDoo" Larry Grobe started building cars in his driveway when he was 18 years old. He was a staple at local cruise nights and car shows. Everyone always looked forward to spring to see what he had done to his cars after the long winter. Fast forward 25 years and VooDoo Larry can be found at his shop, VooDoo Larry Kustoms , located in Schaumburg, Illinois.
The shop is 4,500 square feet of kustom and hot rod heaven. At any given time, there are complete frame up builds along side the daily drivers waiting for a mild kustom treatment. The shop is not state of the art, but VooDoo Larry puts his heart and soul into every build and modification.
Cars Restyled by Voodoo Larry Kustoms
Larry Grobe's 1928 Dodge - The VooDoo Diablo
Larry Grobe's 1928 Hudson Roadster - The VooDoo Hex
Keith and Shawn James' 1929 Ford Model A Tudor Sedan
Larry Grobe's 1930 Ford Model A Coupe - Voodoo Psychosis
Jamey Siniawski's 1936 Ford 3-Window Coupe
Kris Bluntzer's Lincoln Zephyr
Larry Grobe's 1946 Ford - The Voodoo Idol
Kristin Parkinson's 1950 Hudson
Larry Grobe's 1950 Mercury - The VooDoo Hawaiian
Larry Grobe's 1952 Chevrolet - The Stray Cat
Larry Grobe's 1952 Oldsmobile - VooDoo Man
Larry Grobe's 1953 Chevrolet 210 - The Voodoo Kreeper
Collette Marie's 1954 Kaiser - The VooDoo Queen
Larry Grobe's 1954 Kaiser - The VooDoo Sahara
Ward Overturf's 1955 Chevrolet
Larry Grobe's 1965 Cadillac DeVille - VooDoo DeVille
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