Bought these skirts at Hershey this year. Picked them up from a vendor that was from Michigan. At first glance I thought they were factory made on closer inspection these are extremely well made by hand. Think they may be Jimmy Jones skirts that were made in Inkster MI back in the 50's. The vendor I bought them from did not know what they came off of but thought they might be ford. First thing was to see what they would fit. So went to my favorite place and size them up against some old iron. too long for 49-50 ford. closest was a lincoln and 53 ford. But no where near the right shape or latch placement. Stopped on the way home and tried em on a 57 oldsmobile. Fit the wheel well and latched. tip went right to the door jamb. fit bottom curvature tight. But had a gap at top of quarter. Skirt would interfere with stock trim. and cover bumper bracket hole. Looks like GM product. Stopped to check on a 56 chevy. fit better (fit bumper to jamb) but would interfere with trim (too tall in back). Held it up to my neighbors 57 four door. followed below bottom curvature of trim by 2" but did not want to scratch the paint. Two questions: 1) are these Jimmy Jones skirts? 2) anyone have a 1957 chevy 2 door I can try these on?