Otis Armstrong's 1955 Chevrolet
Otis Armstrong of Hopkinsville, Kentucky requested Car Craft to show his moderate custom 1955 Chevrolet in their magazine. The car was nosed and decked, the grille was reworked and the seams around the parking lights were filled. The chrome were removed from the front fenders, the short chrome strip on the doors were replaced with ones from the 4-door 210. The rear bumper was modified by adding a center section from a 1956 Pontiac station wagon.
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