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Fred Thomas' 1950 Ford Two-Door of Ypsilanti, Michigan. The Ford was Fred's first custom. He got it in 1957 and it was mildly customized, lowered, and dressed up with full ripple wheel discs and handcrafted bubble skirts. Lowering blocks were installed in the rear of the car to lower it.
Tom Gibbons' 1949 Ford Tudor - The Orchid Lady of Morris, Illinois. Gibbons bought the car from Jim Galvin in 1960. They completed the build together, turning it into The Orchid Lady. The car ran 4-inch lowering blocks in the back.

Custom Cars Running Lowering Blocks

Fred Thomas' 1950 Ford Two-Door

4-Inch Lowering Blocks:
Tom Gibbons' 1949 Ford Tudor - The Orchid Lady


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