Bill Wolfe's 1950 Mercury

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The recreation
The original. Photo by Gene Winfield.




Fiberglass 1950 Mercury restyled by Gene Winfield for Bill Wolfe. In the 1950s Gene restyled a 1951 Mercury for Bill. This car was last seen in a wrecking yard, so when Bill wanted to bring his old car back to life he once again turned to Gene. Gene built a recreation of the old car using one of his fiberglass bodies. The major difference between the original Merc and the recreation is the chopped top.[1]



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