Kenneth Peterson's 1946 Ford
1946 Ford coupe restyled by Clarkaiser Custom Shop for Kenneth Peterson of Pontiac, Michigan. Known as Artic Sand, the top on Kenneth's coupe was chopped 4 inches up front, and 6 inches in the rear. Up front, the car featured an unique grille-headlight, and bumper treatment that highlighted the front end while simulated grillework effect was introduced across the rear deck lid, tying the tail lights together visually.
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