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    Speedster Member toymobile's Avatar
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    1954 100% correct STUDIE

    My nephews.DSC00040.jpg000_1137.jpgDSC00035.jpgP7311753 (1).jpg Before and after, My sister with the car.

    Johnny

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    Good save of a deserving automobile.


    "In the heart of Arkansas."
    Searcy, Arkansas
    1952 Commander 2 door. Really fine 259.

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    Looks great!

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    More pic This was a frame off.
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    Hi, very nice job on your car. Just curious, what are the exterior colors called. I have a 54 also and I believe that's the color it's suppose to be. Somebody painted a bad white laquer on the lower and left the original darker blue roof. Thanks, Steve----Again very nice car!

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    Contact dmanera@yorkcitysc.com He can tell you all about this car. Thanks for looking.

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    Quote Originally Posted by steviewonder View Post
    Hi, very nice job on your car. Just curious, what are the exterior colors called. I have a 54 also and I believe that's the color it's suppose to be. Somebody painted a bad white laquer on the lower and left the original darker blue roof. Thanks, Steve----Again very nice car!
    If you get the production order from the SNM for your car you will learn what color your car was originally. If you are lucky, the color label is still attached to bottom, exterior of your glove box.
    Gary L.
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