1968

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Roger Squires' 1947 Chevrolet Fleetline was restyled by Roger Squires of Torrance, California in the late 1960s. Known as "Pastime", the car is a surviving example of the early lowrider style, and it was engineered and built to a standard that was unusual for the time. The first version of Roger's Fleetline was completed around 1968.
Allen Duke's 1964 Chevrolet Impala SS, of Wilmington, California, as it appeared in 1968, after Carl Darling had given it a custom paint job.
The second version of Bob Huffman's 1965 Chevrolet Impala, of Norwalk, California, was based on a design by Harry Bradley. The car was restyled by Bob and Tom Chafin. The build was completed in 1968.
Jim Arkin's 1967 Buick Riviera of Los Angeles, California. Jim was a member of the San Fernando Valley Illusions car club, and in 1968 his Riviera featured 8 inch Ansen slotted aluminum wheels, and a subtle business men's pinstripe by Larry Watson of Watson's House of Style. The pinstripe consisted of two lines, a half inch apart, that ran the length of the car.

Lynn Wineland sold Doane Spencer's 1932 Ford to Neal East in 1968.


Custom Cars Restyled or Completed in 1968

Roger Squires' 1947 Chevrolet Fleetline - Pastime
Leif Helander's 1955 Chevrolet Convertible
Per Sjøvall's 1957 Chevrolet
Allen Duke's 1964 Chevrolet Impala SS
Bob Huffman's 1965 Chevrolet Impala
Jim Arkin's 1967 Buick Riviera






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