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Projects 62 Fairlane Kustoms???

Discussion in 'Traditional Customs' started by merctruck, Jul 27, 2014.

  1. I am helping a buddy bring his long time love back to the streets a 62 Fairlane 500. He wants to build a Kustom with it but I am fresh out of Ideas on this one as I don't tend to have cars this new. Any pictures or ideas from mild to wild would be of great help to give it a direction. Thanks.
     
  2. F-ONE
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    I dont feel the vibe for a Custom in the little 60s Fairlane. IMHO they look better as a hot rod or factory performance car.
     
  3. Somebody
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    Slammed with standard offset cragars, (suprimes are over used) bellflower tips and a bunch of lace and flake comes to mind for me.
     
  4. 'Mo
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    Last edited: Jul 28, 2014

  5. motoandy
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    from MB, SC

  6. 51fordshoebox
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    still one of my favorites, very subtle, but a great example. 2000_21_7.jpg
     
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  7. I tend to think of the small Fairlanes as hot rods also,,but the yellow one does look good. HRP
     
  8. luckystiff
    Joined: Mar 20, 2002
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    i had to abandon my wife '62 when we moved across state. i think mild custom is a good route to take. the second pic'd here is a good example. though the first is awesome....
     

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