Pat Patterson's 1949 Ford
1949 Ford Tudor owned by Pat Patterson. The side trim on Pat's shoebox was changed to give it a low look. The door handles were removed and the deck lid was decked. The hood was shaved and fit with louvers for extra ventilation and appearance. The grille shell was reshaped and fit with 1955 Chevrolet chrome mesh. The side trim was also taken from a 1955 Chevrolet. The headlights were frenched and the bumper guards were removed. The rear fenders were massaged to fit a set of 1956 Chrysler taillights. The car was fit with spotlights, fenderskirts, Lancer hubcaps, and lakes pipes. The interior was completely redone as well. Once the bodywork was done, it was painted Arctic white and green.
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