Paul Champlin's 1941 Ford

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1941 Ford Convertible built by Ray Birky of Antioch, Illinois for Paul Champlin of Russel, Illinois. Up front the grille was made up of parts from a 1949 Pontiac grille and Cadillac fender mouldings. The car was also fit with Cadillac hub caps and Pontiac taillights. The doors were pushbutton operated. For a powerful jet look, the tail pipes were extended through chrome rings placed below the taillights in the rear fenders.[1]

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