Jim Neuzil's 1951 Chevrolet

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The final version of Jim's Chevrolet as it appeared in 1960. This version featured canted quads and a custom tube grille. Photo by Jim Neuzil, courtesy of The Rodder's Journal.
A rear end shot of the "Jewel" taken in 1960. Photo by Jim Neuzil, courtesy of The Rodder's Journal.

1951 Chevrolet business coupe owned by Counts of the Cobblestone member Jim Neuzil of Rapid City, South Dakota. Jim bought the coupe, named "Jewel," in 1956, and started customizing it soon after. He worked at a grocery store near the Angel Brothers Body Shop, so he’d drop the car off to be customized on during his shift. The car was fit with 1956 Studebaker President side trim, canted-quads and a custom tube grille.[1]


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