Walt Janz' 1941 Pontiac

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1941 Pontiac Sedanette owned by Walt Janz. Walt's smooth Sedanette was nosed, decked and shaved for door handles. A Cadillac grille was installed, giving it a distinctive look. Leading buried the wrinkles left in the fenders when the chrome strips were removed. The license plate was recessed in the deck lid, a nice 1940s trick. Fender skirts and a single spotlight was installed. Once the bodywork was done, it was painted a fresh light Cadillac green.[1]

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