The Jalopy Journal
If you did it up like this, I doubt anyone would complain.
I spoke to Dean Jeffries about a year before he died and asked about "The Python." He said he had always wanted to get it back and spent some time...
Night Sky Coupe[ATTACH] .
Here's the four door Merc as a custom. The things I like most about the sedan are the roof line and suicide doors. To show off the doors, I kept...
Here's one I did for Madfish's "Custom-Bait" series. Updated it slightly.
1961 Rambler Sedanca DeVille by James Young. Tongue planted...
Here you go!
Hi, Louis. Love these old GMCs. Here 'tis in black. Dressed it up a little.
I did two versions. The first is stock body, lowered with 1959 Olds wheel covers; a nice '50s look, but not seen too often. The...
HA! Madfish beat me to it.
Yes, they are Hurst Mags and are an updated version of the mags popular in the later sixties. Take a look through...
1965-68 style street customs combined smooth looks with custom wheels. Hurst was a big player then. Here's you car done up with a set a...
If your gonna run Salt Flats, then you should run them on the Salt Flats.
I kept this simple and mostly stock. The caramel paint was a stock color in 1959, but paired with a white top and side streak. From the factory,...
Boy, we get some strange requests here.
'46 turn signals added.
FINS & SKULLS! WHAT A GREAT IDEA - I'LL GET RIGHT ON IT! :D
Two versions: one with and one without the sun flare (that flare really makes the photo!)
Says who? :rolleyes:
Just like with real life cars, I start with best I can find. Or more like the best I can afford!
1953 Buick Extra Special
Here you go. When you see him, ask what he used for headlight buckets. They look neat!
This chop keeps the stock windshield angle and leans the rear window forward. B-post is straight.
1947 Studebaker M5
I believe the car next to the Royal Emperor at the '95 Oakland show is Richard Zocchi's 1954 Mercury.
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Here's my 2-door restyle. I played around with the Matranga style windows, but I couldn't get it to work with the roofline, so I went with a...
I saw this and threw my version away. I want this car!
James, I really like this version. The soft curves update the look. The wheel cutouts are inspired!
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