5 Favorite Early Cadillac Customs

Thursday, March 10, 2016
5 Favorite Early Cadillac Customs

The Cadillac brand has been synonymous with luxury since it’s inception, and for many budding customizers after the war, it was a rare and special canvas to work with. Additionally for many… continue reading »

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Custom Craft: A Firsthand Look

Friday, February 26, 2016
Custom Craft: A Firsthand Look

The other day I got a magazine in the mail. It was a surprise; not one that I had ordered or knew anything about. To make things better,… continue reading »

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Wrong Trend on the Right Car?

Thursday, February 18, 2016
Wrong Trend on the Right Car?

Its easy to look back at the late 1950s Kustom car scene with rose-colored glasses. You think about the cool rides that Barris or Winfield turned out, Larry Watson’s paint… continue reading »

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The Coachman Show – 1955

Wednesday, February 17, 2016
The Coachman Show – 1955

I pre-maturely published an article this morning on a ’35 Roadster project and didn’t catch my mistake until now… So, if you are here looking for that one,… continue reading »

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A Mild-Fine Chevy Bel Air

Tuesday, February 16, 2016
A Mild-Fine Chevy Bel Air

1950-1952 Chevrolet Bel Air models make really nice customs with seemingly little work… The natural lines of the Chevy hardtop allow just lowering, de-chroming, and some part-swaps to go… continue reading »

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Mild Custom Science

Friday, February 12, 2016
Mild Custom Science

There’s a science to the mild custom. In some ways it’s a formula that weighs heavily on the pieces you use (and how you use them) almost more… continue reading »

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The Coachbuilt Corvette

Wednesday, February 10, 2016
The Coachbuilt Corvette

I wrote a feature on this car over a decade ago and have been fascinated by its history ever since. Essentially, a man by the name of Gordon… continue reading »

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The Last in Line…

Friday, January 29, 2016
The Last in Line…

The ’58 Edsel restyling post from yesterday reminded me of the very last in that series, which even seasoned Ford fans often don’t know about: The 1960 Edsel. You… continue reading »

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