Dick Brooks' 1940 Ford

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The Ford as it looked when it was featured in Custom Cars November 1958. Photo by Bud Lang
Photo by Bud Lang
Photo by Bud Lang
Photo by Bud Lang

1940 Ford Convertible built by Jean Sheppard of Seattle, Washington in 1952. The windshield was chopped 3 inches, and a padded white top was installed. The car was nosed and decked, and the grille side pieces were filled. The headlights were frenched, and the taillights were given the same treatment. 1937 DeSoto ripple bumpers were installed as well. The car was painted Royal Blue. A warmed over 1948 Mercury mill operated the neat custom. By November 1958, the car was owned by Dick Brooks of Seattle, Washington.[1]

Magazine Features and Appearances

Custom Cars November 1958


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