Robert Roberts' 1934 Chevrolet

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1934 Chevrolet restyled by O.K. and Scottie's both located in Oakland, California for Robert Roberts. The top revieved a three inch chop. The car sported 1941 Oldsmobile bumpers which were mounted inverted with 1949 Chevrolet license guards added. 1941 Chevrolet taillights were installed on the rear fenders. Both deck lid and hood were louvered. The deck lid was striped as well. The car was powered by a bored 1951 Chevrolet inline six mill with dual carburetors, Mallory Magspark ignition and a Spalding cam. The car is covered with 45 layers of San Pedro blue enamel.[1]

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Car Craft June 1957



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