Destinee Torrez of San Jose, California, has been doing ballet for 14 years. Her dad Danny Torrez, a member of USO Car Club and a well-established car builder, bought this 1952 Taylor Tot stroller to push her sister around the car shows. “The stroller was red and when her sister was too big to ride it, I asked to paint it pink for myself.” Her dad did, with pink tape shades and silver flake. It was then taken to Wesso’s Upholstery in San Jose to rap the seat.
Tommy’s Custom Engraving in Los Angeles engraved the custom handlebars, custom tray plate, and bumpers. All the engraved parts were taken to Hugo in Ventura, California, to have it dipped in chrome. “I decided to give the stroller a ballet theme. The name “En Pointe” is a term in ballet, but can also mean the stroller is “On Point.” She would like to thank God, her family, and USO Car Club.