Francis Fenech's 1951 Pontiac
1951 Pontiac 4-door restyled by Bill Crowell of Bill Crowell's Custom Restyling for San Francisco Kingsmen member Francis Fenech of San Francisco, California. The rear end was lowered 2 inched and the front was lowered 3/4 of an inch. The wide Pontiac hood and deck trim was removed, as were the handles and emblems, micro switches were hidden under the door panels to operate the doors. The headlights were frenched and the fenders were molded to fit. The fender skirts were lengthened to follow the lower body line.
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