Bill Uniack's 1952 Chevrolet

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1952 Chevrolet Convertible owned by Bill Uniack of Beverly Hills, California. Bill's clean Chevy was nosed and decked, however the door handles were kept. The front end was restyled by installing a Mercury grille shell, which housed a custom grille that started out as a Packard grille, that was cut in center to fit the opening. The headlights were frenched, and the stock taillights were discarded in favor of 1950 Oldsmobile units. The front window frame was chopped 2,5", and Carson Top Shop got the job of install a nice white padded top. To get the right stance, the car was lowered 2" up front and 4" in the rear. Dual spotlights and Cadillac Sombreros wrapped up the style.[1]

Magazine Features and Appearances

Hop Up And Motor Life Magazine December 1953



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