Clyde Locke's 1957 Ford
1957 Ford coupe owned by Clyde Locke. In March of 1960, Clyde's Ford was shown in the Semi-Copes class at the Kustom Kar Kapades show in Monterey, California. This version was painted Tahitian red by Norm Searson. It featured a white rolled upholstery by Bill's Upholstery Shop. It was restyled featuring Edsel taillights, a tube grille, Plymouth hub caps, and full length lake plugs. It was lowered 4 inches all around. The hood and deck were molded.
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