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History Chopped 49-50 Ford Crestliner?

Discussion in 'Traditional Customs' started by a990hemi, Oct 3, 2013.

  1. a990hemi
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    Anybody ever seen a chopped 49-50 Ford Crestliner that has retained the Crestliner character traits such as side trim and vinyl roof? Please post pics if you have them.
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    Haven't ever seen one. I'd assume that anyone customizing a Crestliner would likely reject any OEM identification. Maybe not. I like Crestliners and I like chopped shoeboxes. Not sure I'd feel w & f about the combo, however. I'm like you, I'd have to see one.
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    Cant seem to find the picture but walt bunn had a 50 black crestliner chopped real nice.only could find a picture of this 51 ford.

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  4. a990hemi
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    I really like what he did with the side trim on this one. Thanks for sharing the pic.
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