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Discussion in 'Traditional Customs' started by Post Apocalyptic Kustoms, Oct 17, 2013.

  1. From 1957, '47 Plymouth's are cool, too.
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    A later version of it:
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    (These images of Leroy Heinrich/Louie Stojanovich linked from Sondre Kvipt's most excellent Kustomarama site.)
     
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  2. Don't know much about this one, but it's a nice example of a '47 with mild "restyling" mods and a bit of a taildragger stance.
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  3. my `56 Coronet
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  4. '40 Chrysler
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  5. Mats-Henrik
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    from Norway

    My mildly customized '60 Plymouth daily driver:
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  6. j hansen
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    from sweden

    Wonderful car
     
  7. 'Mo
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    There are some truly great rides posted on this thread!

    This is a favorite:

    Sadly (or not), this is what befell it in the sixties. (Thank you, Timothy Leary. :D)

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  8. Oh, now that's just sad...
     
  9. coronetfreak
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    Im new to this forum but love it so far. I'm working on a 1953 dodge coronet. so for i have chopped the top 6inches all around. replaced the front end and slowly working on more progress every day.
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  10. ^^^That looks great. Going to be a way-cool car!
     
  11. I was surprised to see that Choptruck's '46 Dodge coupe was not in this thread. I'll fix that....

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    Previous grille treatment and pre-chop.
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  12. Jimbo17
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    Some very cool looking old Mopars for sure.

    Keep em coming. Jimbo
     
  13. Zed
    Joined: Dec 4, 2005
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    Zed
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    from FRANCE

    wow ! the Buick grille is a great improvement ! :eek:


     
  14. tikiwagon13
    Joined: Feb 23, 2011
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    My Fury Wagon
     

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  15. carmak
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    I know the 65-68 Dodge-Plymouth-Chrysler C body cars are not part of what is considered traditional customs but sure do look good done up as one.

    They also tend to be fairly reliable and lower cost which is a big plus for anyone starting out or on a budget.

    Carmak
    Riverside, Iowa
     
  16. SteppinOut
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    Multiple pics I have collected from various sites over the years. Some are from here on the HAMB too.
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  17. SteppinOut
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    A few more
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  18. Somebody
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  19. SteppinOut
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    Hope these weren't already posted but when it comes to Mopars, more postings is always better than none.
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  20. 'Mo
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    Sonny Daout's owner-built '49 Dodge. Started in 1953, finished in 1962 pretty much as pictured, and, as far as I know, still owned by him.

    Sonny started with a wrecked convertible, said to be his first car. If memory serves me, the top is from a '55 Mercury.

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  21. bako48
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    That thing reminds me of a Chinese mask my son has. Poor car......

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  22. bako48
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    Sorry couldn't repost pic but meant that car a few pages back with the mesh/ front end look

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  23. Damn! I thought you were talking about the bitchin metallic blue one a couple posts up. That car's amazing!
     
  24. rocknrolldaddy
    Joined: Aug 24, 2006
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    Build in progress. 1954 Dodge Royal.
     

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  25. bako48
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    Heck no! That blue one is clean

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  26. SteppinOut
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  27. SteppinOut
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    And more
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  28. skiviskaves
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    Keep em comin John!


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