John Hychko's 1956 Ford
1956 Ford Crown Victoria owned and restyled by John Hychko at Valley Auto Body in Waterbury, Connecticut. A photo of the interior in John's Ford was published in Motor Life May 1957. This version featured seats, door panels, headliner and sun visors in two-tone leateher, pleated and rolled in linw-square pattern.
In 1958 John's Ford was shown at the Hot Rod & Custom Car World's Fair in West Springield, Massachusetts, by then the car featured Cadillac rear quarter panels. John won "Best Custom of the Show" and "Rodding and Re-styling's Best Workmanship" award at the show.
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