He is known as the Sultan of Chop, and during his career, Dick chopped more than 1, cars. Around of these were - Mercurys. Dick's dad, Vick Sawitskas owned a Nash dealership in Wyandotte.
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Dick Dean February 9, — July 10,born Richard Dean Sawitskas [Sa-wits-kas], was an American automobile designer and builder of custom cars. Born in Wyandotte, Michigan20 miles south of Detroit, the heart of the automotive world, Dean studied art and drafting at Theodore Roosevelt High School Wyandotte and also attended the Ford Trade School because his life's ambition was to be a model-maker at Ford Motor Company. His father, Vic, owned a Nash dealership and Dean worked in the body repair shop. He learned the technical aspects of auto body repair, but was frustrated with the lack of creativity.
I purchased a used mazda from this dealer. When I purchases this vehicle I was not given the carfax that stated this informtion I later bought my own carfax on the vehicle when I started having all kinds of problems with the vehicle. I purchased this car in June and have had the car in the shop more that 9 months at last count.
Crisis unfolds in the Carolinas and the Bahamas. Dick Dean commentary on Charles Hoeflich. Copyright CNN.
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