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Ron Dulin's 1956 Plymouth Fury of Long Beach, California. Dulin was a member of the Cut Outs of Long Beach car club, and his Plymouth went through seven iterations between 1956 and 1962. This photo shows the car as it appeared early in 1959, after Larry Watson had given it a Candy Magneta and Pearl White panel paint job. This version of the car featured scoops in front of the rear wheels.
Ed Pogue's 1953 Ford was restyled by Darry Starbird at Star Kustom Shop in the early 1960s. Named The Glitra, it featured canted quad headlights and a sparking Metalflake paint job. The car featured a functional scoop in the rear quarter panel.

Custom Cars Featuring Scoops

Ed Pogue's 1953 Ford Hardtop - The Glitra
Ron Dulin's 1956 Plymouth Fury


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