Asymmetrical Styling

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The Pacifica is show car that Gene Winfield of Winfield's Custom Shop built for the Ford Custom Car Caravan in 1962. The Pacifica featured an asymmetrical design with two headlights and taillights on the driver side, and one on the passenger side. The license plates, grille and bumpers were also off center.
Gene Winfield's Pacifica Recreation is a recreation of the original Pacifica truck that Gene built for the Ford Custom Car Caravan in 1962. The recreation was completed in 2012.
Ray Farhner's 1963 Chevrolet Corvette, known as Outer Limits, was restyled by Ray Farhner of Farhner Custom Shop in Kansas City, Missouri in 1963. Ray's Corvette featured asymmetrical stying.

Asymmetrical Restyled Cars

The Pacifica
Gene Winfield's Pacifica Recreation
Ray Farhner's 1963 Chevrolet Corvette - Outer Limits

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