George Cerny's 1949 Chevrolet
George Cerny's own personal ride for a while was this 1949 Chevrolet four-door Fleetline. George built this cars in a period of two months. He replaced the two piece Chevrolet windshield with a single piece 1950 Oldsmobile unit. Chrome window molding from a 1950 Pontiac were added. Up front, a 1950 Oldsmobile top grille bar was installed along with a 1947 Oldsmobile grille. In the rear taillights from a 1950 Cadillac were molded in. The stock bumper was replaced by a 1950 Cadillac unit. To get the right stance, he lowered the car 3.5 inches in the rear and 3 inches in the front. Dual spotlights and Cadillac Sombrero's were added. Once the car was complete, it was painted metallic green.
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