Emory Bozzani's 1952 Plymouth

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1952 Plymouth Sedan owned and restyled by Emory Bozzani of Burbank, California. From Emory's point of view, a custom car should be clean and simple without to much unnecessary things attached. Simplicity was the keynote he used when restyling his Sedan. All the bodywork which was done were shaving the hood and deck lid. The car was lowered the same amount both front and rear. A rear license plate guard was attached to the rear bumper. L & L Upholstery Shop of Glendale stitched up a new interior consisting of black and white Naugahyde. Dual spotlights and clean hubcaps on wide whites wrapped up the style.[1]

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Trend Book 105 Restyle Your Car
Hop Up July 1952
Hop Up July 1953


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