Rich Mushenski's 1952 Ford

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1952 Ford Mainlane convertible owned by Free Wheelers of Whippany car club member Rich Mushenski. Rich's Ford was fit with 1956 Oldsmobile tail lights and 1957 cruiser skirts. It was nosed, decked and shaved for side trim. In 2017 Rich's son Mat Mushenski told Kustomrama that the car was never done; "He lost most of the stuff when he was in the service. The car broke down and he couldn't pay the tow bill so they took his skirts, caddy caps, radio, steering wheel, his aluminum heads, basically everything. When he got it on the road again he drove it into a wall because he was so angry."[1]


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