Dave Dolman

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When Jack Walker and Ed Guffey restored Butler Rugard's 1940 Mercury, they had Dolman restore the custom bodywork. Dave reset the headlights into the front fenders and the 1940 Chevrolet taillights into the rear panel as they appeared in 1950. Other finishing touches included 1941 Packard bumpers, teardrop skirts from Night Prowlers, and 16-inch Mercury wheels with Firestone whitewalls, Packard hubcaps, and trim rings.
A photo of Dave Dolman's 1949 Mercury Wagon taken at the 2009 Sleds in September show. Dolman was a featured builder at the show. Photo courtesy of Sleds in September.

Dave Dolman of Verdon, Nebraska. Dolman is a talented fabricator and builder, and in 2009 he was a Featured Builder at the Sleds in September show.

Dave Dolman's Cars

Dave Dolman's 1949 Mercury Wagon


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