Jerry Quesnel's 1952 Ford
1952 Ford Victoria restyled by Jerry Quesnel of Venice, California. Jerry's car was lowered to two inches from the ground and fit with fender skirts so it looked like it glided over the surface of the road. He had nosed, decked, and shaved the car for door handles. The stock Ford side trim in place and the headlights were changed. The stock grille was replaced by a cleaner looking custom grille Jerry made out a 1955 Ford grille with a custom chrome surround. The car was also fit with dual spotlights. This was a smooth ride that attracted attention when it cruised by.
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