James L. Price's 1950 Oldsmobile

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1950 Oldsmobile restyled by Spohn Coachworks of Ravensburg, Germany for James L. Price. The car was lowered 2.5 inches in front and 3 inches in the rear. To get the body even lower, the top on James' Oldsmobile was chopped 6 inches and a 4 inch section was taken out of the doors and fenders. A lower hood with air scoop was made for the car. Scoops were also made behind the front wheels. The license plates on the car were sunken into the body panels; cone shaped exhausts emerged through the rear bumper. The car was decked, and dechromed to some extent. The stock door handles were replaced by Lincoln-type push buttons.[1]

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Trend Book 105 Restyle Your Car
Motor Trend June 1952


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