Frenched Headlights

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Bill Collins' 1951 Ford Two-Door Sedan of Dallas, Texas. Bill lived in the Oak Cliff part of Dallas, and he was one of the early hot rodders there in the 1950s. Bill bought the Ford as a stocker, and he restyled and repainted it in the mid 1950s. It featured frenched headlights.
Jim Galvin's 1949 Ford Tudor of Ottawa, Illinois. Galvin is an original member of the Illinois Valley Mis-Fires car club. He built the Ford in his backyard, starting the build in 1958. By 1959, the car had been painted blue with a scallop paint job and a chopped top.
Cameron Ballanger's 1946 Ford Coupe of Anduze, France. Cameron came across the car for sale in Visalia, California in 2021. Modifications included frenched headlights done in lead.

Cars Featuring Frenched Headlights

Cameron Ballanger's 1946 Ford Coupe
Jim Galvin's 1949 Ford Tudor
Bill Collins' 1951 Ford Two-Door Sedan


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