Butch Flobeck's 1954 Mercury

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Butch's merc at the 1958 Hot Rod & Custom Car World's Fair in West Springield, Massachusetts. The car made its debut at the show. Photo by Alex Walordy.
Photo by Alex Walordy.

1954 Mercury owned by Butch Flobeck of Piedmont, New York. In 1958 Butch's mercury made its debut at the Hot Rod & Custom Car World's Fair in West Springield, Massachusetts, by then the car featured a 1954 Pontiac grille bar, a rolled and pleated Naugahyde interior, and a custom paint job incorporating scallops and pinstripes.[1]

Magazine Features and Appearances

Rodding and Re-styling January 1959



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