Gene Dickson's 1956 Plymouth

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As Gene's Plymouth appeared in Rod & Custom September 1960. Photo by Allan Carter.
Photo by Allan Carter.
Photo by Allan Carter.

1956 Plymouth owned and restyled by Gene Dickson of Seattle, Washington. Not often found under the torch, Gene created a nice custom out of his Plymouth. The car was nosed, decked and shaved for emblems. The bumper guards were discarded as well. A 1954 Chevrolet grille was installed. The rear fenders were reshaped to house a taillight setup containing of four 1956 Buick lenses. Once all the bodywork was done, it was painted Black lacquer and trimmed with scallops of light and dark gold, silver and white. The upholstery in black and white was also done by the owner.[1]

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Rod & Custom September 1960


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