Tony started out collecting antique auto parts and cars in his parents old shed. As his collection grew he moved to a lot in Hunters Point on Burke Avenue San Francisco. He grew so large that he moved over to two acres on Gertrude behind the Chevron Factory in Richmond California. He received requests from around the world for his rare cars and parts. He always said: "You don't get the bologny when you deal with Tony". He has passed on and all of his great treasures were stolen, but for those who remember him, will always have their many stories and memories of the real character that he was. Truly "The one and only Antique Tony". October 1916 - March 1983
In loving memory, your daughter, Nicolette Germano© L.S.