Glenn Stauffer's 1949 Chevrolet

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Photo by Bill Harkins.
Photo by Bill Harkins.
Photo by Bill Harkins.
Photo by Bill Harkins.




1949 Chevrolet Convertible Sport Custom owned by Glenn Stauffer of West Pittson, Pennsylvania. Glenn's Chevrolet had a rear end restyling very similar to the 1951 GM LeSabre Concept Car. The rear fenders were stretched and featured fins with backup lights, turn signal lights and stop lights integrated into them. A LeSabre type vent was also formed in the rear deck. The split-windshield was replaced by a one-piece glass. The grille and doors were redesigned. The redesigned front looks very much like am early 1950s Kaiser. Once the bodywork was done the car was painted red and upholstered in a matching button-tufted white-trimmed terra cotta leather interior.[1]

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