Frank Winfield's 1941 Plymouth

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On this picture you can see Frank's Plymouth to the left. Photo provided by Orvel Reichert.

1941 Plymouth restyled by Gene Winfield for his brother Frank Winfield. Gene chopped the top, windshield and side windows of Frank's Plymouth 3 inches. The car was then taken to Hall Upholstery for a Carson style top. Gene used a grille from a 1949 Kaiser-Fraser on the Plymouth, and he reworked the hood in order to make it look like a 1948 Ford. The bumpers on the car came from a 1937 DeSoto. Fender skirts on the car came from a 1941 Buick. Frank's Plymouth was powered by a 1948 Dodge engine. Frank used the Plymouth as his daily driver until he sold it in 1956.[1]


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