Bob McNulty's 1942 Chevrolet

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As it appeared in Car Craft May 1957. Photo by George Burnley.
Photo by George Burnley.
Photo by George Burnley.

1942 Chevrolet Convertible owned and restyled by Satan's Angels member Bob McNulty of Castro Valley, California. The car was built under directions of auto shop teacher at Hayward High in Hayward, California. Everything in the front was restyled. The stock headlight rims were frenched and shaded, and a custom grille cavity was constructed. The hood was nosed, and a scoop was made in the front portion of the hood. The bumpers were cleaned for bumper guards and bolts, and the exhaust was routed through the rear bumper. The door handles were shaved, and the buttons were placed under the trim strip. The wheel openings were radiused to simulate late Olds styling. The fenders were molded-in to achieve a cleaner appearance. 1947 - 1952 Cadillac Sombreros were installed.[1]

Magazine Features and Appearances

Car Craft May 1957



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