Vic Grace's 1941 Buick

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1941 Buick Special Club Coupe owned by Vic Grace. Some work on Vic Grace's 1941 Buick was done by Barris Kustoms, as well as other shops. The car achieved lowness by channeling and chopping the windshield. The car was fit with a padded top by Carson Top Shop. Up front it featured a 1946 Chevrolet grille, and frenched headlights. The taillights were taken from a 1949 Mercury The body was nosed and decked and the door handles were removed. The fenders were molded to the body with an elegant flair. Vic also had dual spotlights and Single Bar Flipper Hubcaps installed on the car.[1] Once the build was complete, Barris painted it metallic blue.[2]

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