Frank Katzler's 1950 Oldsmobile

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As it appeared in Custom Cars March 1960.

1950 Oldsmobile 88 Holiday owned by Frank Katzler of Cincinnati, Ohio. The front end was restyled by installing a 1956 Oldsmobile grille and bumper assembly. The front was all hand rolled, and very little lead was used. In the rear, a set of 1951 Ford taillights were frenched. Inside, it was upholstered in white pleated & rolled Naugahyde.[1]


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Custom Cars March 1960


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