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  • wdills
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    Based on the size of a 52 Stude, the driver and passenger must be midgets, sorry, little people.

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  • studegary
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    Originally posted by BobWaitz View Post
    That guy could wear a top hat in there! My favorite part is the grill right next to the house's siding.
    I had a next door neighbor that set the back of his house on fire by using a grille too close to the house.

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  • BobWaitz
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    That guy could wear a top hat in there! My favorite part is the grill right next to the house's siding.

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  • rockne10
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    Originally posted by 8E45E View Post
    The artist makes it appear the front seat can sit four across.

    Craig
    Yes! That driver is a tiny dude.

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  • 8E45E
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    The artist makes it appear the front seat can sit four across.

    Craig

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  • studegary
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    I believe that in all cases it was a matter of making a roof to fit the existing panels and windows of the convertible models.

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  • Milaca
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    There has been discussion of Brooks Stevens grafting a Ford Thunderbird roof onto a 1961 Hawk when designing the 1962 GT Hawk.
    Was the same process exercised when designing the 1952 Starliner, but using a roof from a 1949 Oldsmobile Holiday or 1950 Chevy Bel Air?

    1949 Oldsmobile Holiday 98



    1950 Chevy Bel Air

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  • BobWaitz
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