Rob Cunningham always wanted a fat-fendered street machine. His jet black 1948 Chevy coupe satisfies that desire, following a project that spanned a year and a half and involved flying his brother in from West Virginia.
Rob Cunningham always wanted a fat-fendered street machine. His jet black 1948 Chevy coupe satisfies that desire, following a project that spanned a year and a half and involved flying his brother in from West Virginia. The Wichita Eagle
Rob Cunningham always wanted a fat-fendered street machine. His jet black 1948 Chevy coupe satisfies that desire, following a project that spanned a year and a half and involved flying his brother in from West Virginia. The Wichita Eagle

Fat-fendered coupe found only miles away

February 22, 2014 12:00 AM

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