Jack Kirsch's 1954 Cadillac
Jack Kirsch 1954 Cadillac Sport Custom was built to resemble the 1951 GM LeSabre Concept Car. Starting with the Cadillac, Jack molded parts from Buick, Cadillac, Oldsmobile and Studebaker. He hand-formed the grille, and concealed the headlights behind it. He molded the quarter panels, and hid the door locks in the rear fenders. Jack also decided to keep his car as a 5 seater. For extra power, he installed a McCulloch blower on the engine. The car was painted white.
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