1947 Chevrolet

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A 1947 Chevrolet Convertible that notable Maryland/Washington, D.C. customizer Bud Unger restyled in 1947. This was the first car ever that Bud customized.
Joe Hurst's 1947 Chevrolet Convertible of Torrance, California. The Chevrolet was Joe's first car, and he bought it for 75 USD in 1958. He was 15 years old, and a painter near North High had laid a Candy Red paint job with Pearl White scallops before Joe bought it. Mickey Vandervort pinstriped the car for Joe after he had bought it.
Roger Squires' 1947 Chevrolet Fleetline was restyled by Roger Squires of Torrance, California in the late 1960s. Known as "Pastime", the car is a surviving example of the early lowrider style, and it was engineered and built to a standard that was unusual for the time. The first version of Roger's Fleetline was completed around 1968.

1947 Chevrolet Kustoms

Bill Driscoll's 1947 Chevrolet
Butler Rugard's 1947 Chevrolet
Jerry Fassett's 1947 Chevrolet
Joe Hurst's 1947 Chevrolet Convertible
Louis Schindler's 1947 Chevrolet
Riley Collins' 1947 Chevrolet
Roger Squires' 1947 Chevrolet Fleetline - Pastime
Sherwood Forrest's 1947 Chevrolet

Cars Using 1947 Chevrolet Parts

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Lawrence Garrison's 1940 Mercury Convertible

J. R. Bloom's 1940 Chevrolet

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