1957 Plymouth

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Jim and George Bernardo's 1957 Plymouth convertible of Milford, Connecticut. Jim and George ran Bernardo Auto Body in Milford, and they were specialists in unique finishes such as Metalic, Candy, Pearl and Metalflake. Their Plymouth was completed early in 1961, making its debut at the 1961 Hartford Autorama. It featured a Silver Metalflake paint job, making it one of the first Metalflaked cars.
Tom McHugh's 1957 Plymouth two door sedan of Norwalk, Connecticut. Tom's Plymouth was restyled by Bernardo Auto Body in the late 1950s or the early 1960s.
Espen Volle's 1957 Plymouth Plaza of Oslo, Norway. The Plymouth was Espen's first car, and he bought it in 1973, when he was 16 years old. The car was mildly customized and fit with a 1957 DeSoto front end before Espen sold it in 1974.

1957 Plymouth Custom's

Espen Volle's 1957 Plymouth Plaza
Jim and George Bernardo's 1957 Plymouth Convertible
Tom McHugh's 1957 Plymouth Two Door Sedan
Von Hunter's 1957 Plymouth

Cars Using 1957 Plymouth Parts

Front Bumpers
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Station Wagon Taillights
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Wheel Discs
Paul Vona's 1950 Oldsmobile Coupe
John McLaughlin's 1955 Chevrolet
John Benson's 1956 Chevrolet

Coral Green Paint:
Ian Cusey's 1932 Ford Roadster


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