Paul Savelesky's 1955 Chevrolet

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Photo courtesy of Mark Moriarity, from The HAMB.
Photo courtesy of Mark Moriarity, from The HAMB.
A photo of Paul with his custom. Photo courtesy of Mark Moriarity, from The HAMB.
Photo courtesy of Mark Moriarity, from The HAMB.
A photo of the Chevy taken at an indoor car show. Photo courtesy of Mark Moriarity, from The HAMB.
Photo courtesy of Mark Moriarity, from The HAMB.
Photo courtesy of Mark Moriarity, from The HAMB.
Pictures from the restoration of the car. Photo by Pete Folsom
Photo by Pete Folsom
Photo by Pete Folsom
Photo by Pete Folsom
Photo by Pete Folsom
Photo by Pete Folsom
Photo by Pete Folsom
Photo by Pete Folsom
Photo by Pete Folsom
Photo by Pete Folsom
Photo by Pete Folsom
Photo by Pete Folsom
Photo by Pete Folsom
Photo by Pete Folsom
The car as it looked after Paul had restored it.
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Photo courtesy of Mark Moriarity, from The HAMB.
Photo courtesy of Mark Moriarity, from The HAMB.


1955 Chevrolet owned and restyled by Paul Savelesky in 1956. Paul customized the car twice before he sold it in 1965.


In 1998 Paul Savelesky bought his car back and restored it. Pete Folsom of Walla Walla, Washington did the body and fender work during the restoration. After Paul passed away, Mark Moriarity of Mound, Minnesota bought the car from Paul's widow.




 

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