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Bill's Body Works established in 1946. Still in operation in 2020.
Ken Vertrees' 1951 Chevrolet Convertible of Anaheim, California. Ken bought the car in November of 1951, and he sketched out the way he wanted to have it done before he sent it to Bill's. The build was completed in 1952, in time for the 3rd annual Motorama.
Bill Daniels' 1950 Oldsmobile of La Habra, California. Bill was a member of the Agitators of Fullerton car club. Jack Coughran helped Bill restyle and louver the car, before Bill's Body Shop gave it a yellow paint job and Von Dutch dressed it up with pinstriping in 1956.

Bill's Body Shop of Fullerton, California.

Bill's Body Shop was a family business run by Leo and Rueben Bill. They opened up the doors in 1946. The shop was still in business in 2020, currently run by Mark Bill, Leo's son.[1]


Bill's Body Works
320 S Highland Ave
Fullerton, CA 92832

Cars restyled by Bill's Body Shop

Ken Vertrees' 1951 Chevrolet Convertible

Cars painted by Bill's Body Shop

Bill Daniels' 1950 Oldsmobile



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