1937 Lincoln

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Marquis Hachisuka's 1937 Lincoln Zephyr was restyled by Bohman & Schwartz. As early as 1936 Bohman & Schwartz produced fadeaway fenders of the tack-on variety on the car, making it one of the first known fadeaway fendered cars.
Gene McCrickard's 1937 Lincoln Zephyr of Detroit, Michigan. Restyled in 1953, the car was Gene's first custom and high school ride.

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1937 Lincoln Customs

Gene McCrickard's 1937 Lincoln Zephyr Coupe
James Hetfield's 1937 Lincoln Zephyr Coupe
Marquis Hachisuka's 1937 Lincoln Zephyr

Cars Using 1937 Lincoln Parts

Jon Fisher's 1936 Ford 3-Window Coupe

Steering Wheel
Robert E. Roeder's 1934 Ford - The Roeder Sport Custom

Geoffrey Hacker's Recreation of Bill Burke's P-51 Belly Tank


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