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Gaffoglio Metalcrafters

Gaffoglio Metalcrafters

Gaffoglio Metalcrafters, Inc. began in 1979. Founder, John Gaffoglio, was born and raised in Argentina. He diligently practiced the art of metal crafting by hand and later taught his eldest sons, George and Ruben, how to master this art. He then decided to bring their talent to America.

Today, Metalcrafters is world renowned for manufacturing prototype vehicles and concept cars for car manufacturers from all over the world like General Motors, Bentley, BMW, Hyundai, Mitsubishi, Chip Foose, Toyota, Lexus, Saleen, Ford, Volkswagen and many more.

Their first step into the streetlegal coachbuilding scene was for Lee Iacocca with his 'Iacocca 45th Anniversary Edition Ford Mustang'.

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