He was hooked at the age of 12 when he saw his first model “A” 5 windows; hi – boy Coupe! The interest has stuck with him ever since in all kinds of vehicles, but Hot Rods are what Jerry Logan really loves.
Over the past 35+ years, he has collected vehicles and accumulated more than a hundred. The collection has a variety of all different makes and models in various genres. Including one of the most recognizable customs in the world, known as the “Copper Caddy.” The renowned Dave Kindig of Kindig – it – Design designed and built this car in 14 months at his Salt Lake City facilities. It was the first car completed on Velocity Channel’s “Bitch’n Rides,” Which airs as a two-hour segment worldwide. It has won several Awards, including in the prestigious Rodeo Drive Concours D’ Elegance car show, which he took home the Award given for the most stylish custom build, presented by Tim Allen.
Another of Jerry’s collections includes the 34 Ford pickup unveiled at the Detroit AutoRama as a contender for the “Ridler Award” and was awarded one of the great 8! Thousands of spectators enjoyed the hundreds of modifications made to this pickup, including Chip Foose, who came by to compliment Jerry on the design.
Those are just a couple of the many Award winning custom vehicles Jerry has in his collection housed in the newly built “Jerry’s Car Barn,” in Oregon. He is now booking private tours; for more information, visit www.jerryscarbarn.com.
Jerry will appear at the Charity event on December 3rd in the “Portland Art Museum,” along with the Designed Conviction team. All the proceeds will go to support people impacted by incarceration, where most of them will go towards purchasing Christmas presents for the children of the incarcerated.