Bill Layman's 1954 Chevrolet
1954 Chevrolet Bel Air owned and restyled by Bill Layman of Bethel Park, Pennsylvania. Bill patterned his Chevrolet after Duane Steck's 1954 Chevrolet Bel Air, better known as the Moonglow. It was not built as a clone, but rather a tribute build, looking like the first version finished in a bright, almost candy blue paint job almost like the final version. All work was metal finished and leaded where needed.  The work was done in Bill's two car garage with the help of his close friend Art Klos. Art performed the body and paint work on the car. The build was completed in 1988.
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