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History The Barry Mazza Photo Collection Part 2

Discussion in 'Traditional Customs' started by Rikster, Feb 16, 2007.

  1. Rikster
    Joined: Dec 10, 2004
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    A few weeks ago I had part one of the Barry Mazza Custom Car Photo Collection.

    Since then Barry has bought a new scanner, and his new scans are so much better in quality...
    So I figured I share a few more with you.
    The complete collection can be seen on my site here:

    http://public.fotki.com/Rikster/11_car_photos/beautiful_custom_cars/barry_mazza_custom

    All thanks goes out to Barry Mazza who has been so generous to share his great photo collection.



    Zupan Merc...

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    Ron Dragoo...

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    The Moonglow... among others...

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    Chuck DeWitts showbox at the lakes...

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    A gorgeous side view of Sam Barris with his newely finished 1950 Buick.

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    East Coast 39-40 Merc... car still excits today.

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  2. eric
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    Thank you Rikster!!!! your archiving of these pics are AMAZING!!! thanks again for more Eye Candy!!! :D
     
  3. Rikster
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    A few more....

    Kopper Kart

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    Bob Metz and some lovely girls.... oh and his great custom

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    Barris built 1942 Ford coupe for Anne DeValle

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    Junior's...

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    Junior's Shoebox and Alcorn's Merc

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    Hirohata Merc...

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    Snooky Janich Barris built 41 Ford.

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    Jeffrie's Mercury... with beercans...

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    El Capitola....

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  4. v8minor
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    Thanks for those ,looks like they had great fun back then .
     
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  5. kuztomklaus
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    Well Rikster!

    You blew me away again, as always

    Klaus
     
  6. Levis Classic
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    Thank you...thank you...thank you for the candy
     
  7. mazdaslam
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    Rik and Barry,Thank you very much for sharing this stuff with all of us. Whats the story on this one?? Was it ever saved??
     

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  8. jakespeed63
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    1. Florida HAMBER'S

    Rikster, glad there are people like you, preserving our important automotive past. Thanks for sharing with us. I feel really lucky to have the Aztec almost in my backyard, compared to you. Despite the rainy weather, he brought it out for the Rumblers show on the 3rd. Took a ton of pictures and video. Love that car! :cool:
    BTW..I think you would have liked the Kustom Dodge, with Carson top, that was there in bare metal. :cool:
    JT
    P.S. thanks also for finding the pictures of "Starstruck" '63 Olds Starfire. It's my insperation for my '64 ragtop project.
     
  9. barry mazza
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    THIS IS THE "CROOKED KUSTOM" FEATURED IN 1959 CUSTOM CAR ANNUAL,JUNKED DUE TO MIS ALIGNED HEADLIGHTS. HOWEVER WAS NOT JUNKED AND ...TO BAD , HAS BEEN RUSTING AWAY. HOWEVER THE HEADLIGHT WAS RE POSITIONED BUT, NEVER FIHISHED.
    BARRY
     
  10. Ron
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    Very nice, thanks!!
     
  11. Sixcarb
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    Cool Pics, this one belongs to my father, the car was updated in the 50's with headrest's and quad headlights, The car was first done like this in 46.


    Here's a pic of the car today

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  12. Rikster
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    I love that car. If you have more info.. .or photo's please share.

    I have a folder for this on eon my site.

    Ebay had this 1952 Photo ending yesterday.. I bid.. but somebody else walked away with it... unfortunately.

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  13. What a great way to start the weekend!!!!!!!!Thanks
     
  14. GreenMtnBoy
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    WOW!
    History is my favorite part of the HAMB. Thank you Rikster.
     
  15. Sixcarb
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    The car was bought new by Max "Maxamillion" King in 1940 and it was first done in 1946 by Meeker Auto Body in NJ, my father moved and a lot of pictures are packed up so I will have to go digging, we have one shot where the full race flatty is out of it sitting on a big piece of velvet. In 59 it recieved all the otjher treatments and is basicall untouched since then. This is the only other pic I have at work.

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  16. 49Dodgeboy
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    DITTO on the great weekend start, love kustom history...........
    man I sure wish I lived in those days...............
     
  17. Nads
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    Thank you Rik, boy Moonglow sure looks ugly with the rear bumperguard.
    Great pics. Barry's a real swell guy, what a dude.
     
  18. Gotgas
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    Any more info or pics of this car? I always envisioned those '52-54 Merc hardtops with a nice chop and subtle customizing. I love it.

    Rik, you rule. I didn't realize you were not in the US until today. Are you a transplant?
     
  19. Rikster
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    I still need to make a folder for it on my site... soon.

    Here it getting its top chopped.

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    And to awnser your second question...

    And was born and raised here in the Netherlands.
     
  20. Gotgas
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    Ah, I assumed since your English is perfect that you may have spent some time in the states. Thanks for the great chop picture, I love seeing these cars as work is actually being done on them..
     
  21. Rusk
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    Rikster...you're my hero. Thanks for sharing...again!

    Bryan
     
  22. klazurfer
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    Rikster , Thanx a LOT !!! Excellent pix :) :)
    Klaz
     
  23. repentsinner
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    Man i love old pics, seems like times were just better then. I could look at these all day. Thanks for posting them.
     
  24. brainfrz
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    Rik,

    Another great portfolio to have in the archives!! Thanks again for anwsering my random questions.

    Jon
     
  25. Thank you Barry & Rik for sharing these awesome pics!
     
  26. str8 6 str8 edge
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    from Tampa

  27. ARCHANGEL
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  28. 19Fordy
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    Mr. Rikster, Thanks for posting Barry's photos, etc. Who are the three guys looking out the window of 11054 Barris's shop in the photo of Alcorn's merc and Junior's shoebox?
     
  29. 50Fraud
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    Looks to me like a row of trophies on a shelf -- no?
     
  30. TRAVEZ
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    Beautiful as always man! thanks for sharing
     

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