My journey to building my first housecar began in 1968, when I bought my first transportation car. Working at Warner Brothers as an apprentice prop-maker helped me purchase my first car, a 1955 Mercury. I learned a lot while working for Warner Bros, but I had never worked in a union shop where big egos existed. During this time, I started modifying my ’55 Mercury into a hippie housecar, where I now had a place to live and not pay rent. After six months, I could not take it anymore. I decided...

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