Bill Ross Jr's 1947 Ford

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1947 Ford 4-door sedan restyled by Woody's Body Shop for Bill Ross Jr. of Grand Island, Nebraska. The front end was restyled by making a grille pieced together from 1949 Ford and 1950 Pontiac parts. Bumper guards from a 1950 Chevrolet was installed as well. The exhaust was routed through the rear fenders, and the taillights were removed, instead a set of 1948 Chevrolet taillights were installed on the deck lid.[1]

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