Robert Falls' 1955 Chevrolet

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1955 Chevrolet owned by Robert Falls of Birmingham, Alabama. John sent a picture to the issue of Custom Cars June 1959 in request of getting the picture printed. The shaved hood had 78 louvers punched into it. The deck lid was shaved as well. A 1947 Oldsmobile grille was fit to the stock grille frame. The stock taillights were replaced by modified 1956 Buick units. The car was lowered 4 inches both rear and aft. It was painted with six layers of black lacquer. The interior was red and white. At the time, the Chevy rolled on white walls with Moon discs featuring color krome stars with white outlines.[1]


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