Jim Logue's 1954 Ford
1954 Ford Roadster owned and restyled by James "Jim" Logue of Long Beach, California. The build was based on a business coupe that Jim cut the roof off. 1956 Lincoln taillights were frenched in and grafted on to the quarter panels. Three metal plates were used to form a step effect at the base of the taillights.
Inside, a late model dash and steering wheel served as substitute for the original equipment. The seats were upholstered in white and gold Boltavex material, and the front seat was separated into three parts.
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