Elmer Reider's 1948 Plymouth

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1948 Plymouth owned and customized by Elmer Reider. Elmers car featured simple modifications that lifted the Plymouth out of the stock class. The small grille bars were amputated, license plate and stoplight assembly was lowered, and 1950 DeSoto taillights were installed. Two-inch lowering blocks were installed in the rear to bring the body stylish down. The side trim were removed, and skirts were added.[1]

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