Dick and Doris Vanadrigham's 1954 Chevrolet

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Photo courtesy of Gordy Brown.
Photo courtesy of Gordy Brown.

1954 Chevrolet Hardtop restyled by Gordy Brown for Dick and Doris Vanadrigham of Salt Lake City, Utah. Gordy restyled the Chevrolet in the early 1960s, before he moved to California and opened up House of Customs. Gordy nosed and decked the car before he shaved it for handles and and emblems. The grille was made up of 1956 Plymouth grille pieces and 1954 Chevrolet grille ends with two 1954 Chevrolet grille teeth on each side. The license plate was floated in the middle. Gordy gave the car a Copper Rose Metallic paint job with matching Copper Rose Metalflakez on the roof and the side inserts on the quarter panels.[1]


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