Tommy Jamieson's 1936 Ford

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1936 Ford 5-Window Coupe restyled by Howard Fall for Tommy Jamieson. According to a story on pre-war customs by Spencer Murray published in Rods and Customs May 1953, Tommy's chopped and channeled coupe was built in 1940, making it way ahead of its times. The car had a front end from a 1938 Ford. The running boards were removed and the early custom featured dual spotlights, fenderskirts and Flipper hubcaps. The rear license plate had been recessed and 1939 Ford headlights installed on the rear fenders. On the photos published in Rods and Customs May 1953 it looks like the coupe had a two-tone paint job.[1]


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Rods and Customs May 1953


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