Pat Mulligan's 1958 Chevrolet
1958 Chevrolet Impala built by Dave Stuckey of Stuckey Kustom for Pat Mulligan of Topeka, Wichita, Kansas. The build was completed in early 1964. Dave built the car at the same time as he did the second version of the Li'l Coffin. Pat's Impala was chopped, sectioned, and converted from a two-door sedan into a hardtop. Sectioned 1962 Pontiac quarter panels were also grafted onto the car. Under the hood the car was powered by a huge Chrysler mill.
Once completed, the car was shown at the National Roadster Show in Oakland, California. The Li'l Coffin was also displayed by its new owner at the same show.
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Popular Customs February/March 1966
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