Ollie Seeley's 1951 Plymouth

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1951 Plymouth restyled by Valley Custom for Ollie Seeley. The hood was shaved and fit with a scoop. The doors were operated by pushbuttons, however the buttons were not disguised, neither the locks were removed. The rear fenders originated from a 1951 Chrysler. They were altered in able to fit the Plymouth body. The exhaust was routed through below the taillights. A continental kit was added to give the car a longer appearance. The car was fit with a single spotlight.

Magazine Features

Hop Up April 1953



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