Buddy Williams' 1953 Ford

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1953 Ford Victoria owned by Buddy Williams of Port Arthur, Texas. Buddy's Ford sported a Merc manifold and carburetor for extra power. The car was lowered by cutting the coils, and the hood and deck lid was dechromed. It was painted salmon and cream, with scallops by "Jewels of Calif". Buick portholes were used as airscoops. Buddy sent a picture of his car to Custom Cars Magazine in 1959, and it appeared in Mail Call in the August 1959 issue.[1]

Magazine Features and Appearances

Custom Cars August 1959



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