Walter Leeman's 1953 Chevrolet

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A photo of Walter's Chevrolet parked next to Richard Glymph's 1954 Chevrolet Bel-Air in 1984. Photo courtesy of Brandon Glymph.
Photo courtesy of Brandon Glymph.
Photo courtesy of Brandon Glymph.
Photo courtesy of Brandon Glymph.
Photo courtesy of Brandon Glymph.
A photo of Walter's Chevrolet appeared in Wheels Magazine Februari 1985. The photo was taken at the 1984 Leadsled Spectacular in Des Moines, Iowa. According to the caption in the Swedish magazine, Walter's Chevrolet looked just as good as the famous Moonglow.
A photo of Walt's Chevrolet dated August of 1994. Photo courtesy of Walter Leeman.

1953 Chevrolet Bel-Air owned and restyled by Walter Leeman of Paonia, Colorado. Walt had no garage at the time, so 90% of the build was done outside. Walt completed the build in 1983. later on he traded the Chevrolet to a guy in Denver, Colorado for a 1940 Ford coupe that he redid. According to Walt, the new owner changed the appearance of the car.[1]

Magazine Features and Appearances

Wheels Magazine Februari 1985



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