Car Craft May 1956

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Tommy D'Amico's 1952 Chevrolet Convertible of Lynwood, California. Tommy bought the car from Leon Welmas. After buying it, he restyled it further and had Gaylord's Kustom Shop stitch a new interior for it.
Ted Leventhal's 1950 Chevrolet Convertible of Oakland, California was restyled by Emory Robinson's Custom Shop in 1955. Painted in a green iridescent lacquer by Mel Pinoli's Body and Paint Shop, Ted's Chevrolet is known as the first car ever to receive a Candy paint job.
Carl Burnett's 1927 Ford Model T Roadster
Tommy Thornburgh's 1947 Studebaker of Gardena, California was restyled by Barris Kustoms. The build was completed late in 1952.

Contents and Featured Cars

Bob Hoshiko's 1946 Mercury
Dick Hallan's 1952 Chevrolet Pickup
LeRoy Brune's 1954 Oldsmobile
Tommy D'Amico's 1952 Chevrolet Convertible
Ted Leventhal's 1950 Chevrolet Convertible
Carl Burnett's 1927 Ford Model T Roadster
Melvin D'Loss 1950 Ford Convertible
Frank Regret's 1951 Chevrolet
Tommy Thornburgh's 1947 Studebaker Champion Convertible
Dave Bugarin's 1951 Mercury
Ina Mae Overman's 1952 Lincoln Capri
John Dietrich's 1951 Chevrolet
Dave Chavis' 1951 Kaiser
George Cerny's 1950 Plymouth Suburban
Straight Grille Bar For 1951 Ford
Exhaust Tip Innovations
Dash Hoor Release For '39 - '40 Fords
Restyling the 1954 Plymouth
Tubular Taillights for 1941 - 1948 Fords
Customizing the Chevy
How To Shave a Two-piece Hood
Engine Swap - Cadillac Engine in a 1951 - 1954 Chevrolet Pickup Truck

Readers Cars
George Rice's 1939 Ford Tudor
Art Glah's 1949 Oldsmobile


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