Arnold Johnson's 1948 Crosley

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1948 Crosley, ex-station wagon built by Arnold Johnson. The small Crosley was lengthened and fit with Studebaker front fenders, a 1942 Buick grille, Pontiac hood, Cadillac rear fenders, Auburn deck lid and Pontiac bumpers.[1]

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