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Glen Wall's 1935 Ford Phaeton of Huntington Park, California. Glen bought the car in the late 1930s, and he restyled it mildly, dressing it up with fenderskirts, flipper hubcaps and Appletons.
Joe Stone's 1938 Ford Convertible Sedan of Downey, California. The car was mildly restyled sometime between 1938 and 1941, and it was dressed up with fenderskirts and Flipper hubcaps.
A radically restyled custom photographed at a used car lot located at 4875 El Cajon Blvd. in San Diego, California. Running 1947 license plates, the car seems to have started out as a 1940 Mercury Convertible. Modifications include a sectioned body, removed running boards, a chopped and padded top, a custom made grille and front end, molded body seams, fenderskirts, blackwall tires, and flipper hubcaps. Please get in touch with us if you have more info or photos to share of this mystery custom. Photo from The Robert Genat Photo Collection.
Nick De Simon's 1940 Ford Coupe of Jersey City, New Jersey. Nick worked for his dad at De Simon Auto Body. He was a very talented body man and fabricator, and the coupe was built during weekends, nights, and in Nick's spare time. Featuring a chopped top and channeled body, the build was completed around 1957.
Richard Rini's 1951 Mercury of Chandler, Arizona. Rini bought the car from Jamie Hall of Angola, Indiana in June of 2020. It was redone in its current state in the 1980s, but photos of the car from the 1970s or the early 1980s exsists.

Custom Cars Featuring Fenderskirts

Glen Wall's 1935 Ford Phaeton
Joe Stone's 1938 Ford Convertible Sedan
Nick De Simon's 1940 Ford Coupe
Richard Rini's 1951 Mercury


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