Steve Sellers' 1950 Ford

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1950 Ford Business Coupe owned by Steve Sellers of San Jose, California. The car made its debut at the very first Biletproof car show in 1997, featuring a Copper paint job and Seaweed Flames by "Notcho." Photo courtesy of Autoculture.org.
Photo courtesy of Jeff Spence.
A photo of the Sellers Seaweed Coupe taken in fron of Jeff Spence's house in 199, when Steve was picking him up to go to Billetproof. Photo courtesy of Jeff Spence.
Photo courtesy of Jeff Spence.
Photo courtesy of Jeff Spence.
A photo of the Seaweed Coupe taken at a Cruisin' Nationals in Paso Robles. Photo courtesy of Tom Rolandi.
A later version of the car, photographed at the Monneyes Yokohama show in Japan.
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1950 Ford Business Coupe owned by Steve Sellers of San Jose, California. The car made its debut at the third Biletproof car show in 1999, featuring a Copper paint job and Seaweed Flames by Notch "Notcho" Gonzalez.[1]


Sold to Japan

Steve sold the car to Japan. Before it went overseas, Steve had to remove the X-1 intake and replace it with a 4-barrel carburetor.[2] The owner in Japan gave it a flat black more street rod look.


Magazine Features and Appearances

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