Jack Brumbach's 1942 Ford
1942 Ford restyled by Barris Kustoms for Jack Brumbach. The roof was chopped 5 inches in the front and 7 inches in the rear. The body was nosed, decked and shaved for handles. The headlights and taillights were frenched. The fenders were molded-in to the body,the running boards were molded-in and rounded in order to get a cleaner appearance. The stock bumpers were replaced by 1949 Mercury units. Barris filled in the stock grille and reshaped rest of the front in order to accept the 1951 Oldsmobile top grille bar. The side trims were shortened on the hood. The car was completed with dual spotlights and Cadillac Sombreros. The car was powered by a 1950 Oldsmobile Rocket V8 connected to a Hydra-Matic transmission. 
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