During the late '50s, Otto Rhodes finished off this '53 Ford F-100 and after it went on a tour of shows, he started a rebuild on it. Decades later, Tom and TJ, of Pagano Rods & Customs, acquired it and were able to bring it back to a show-worthy state. They didn't have much trouble doing so because 98% of the chrome held up and the original bodywork was done in lead. One of the coolest modifications we found on the truck is the Plexiglas firewall that lets you view the Oldsmobile engine from inside the cab. This truck won first place in its class and was picked by George Barris to win his Kustom D'Elegance award.