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Features Kustoms blues? I need to see some kustoms....

Discussion in 'Traditional Customs' started by straykatkustoms, Oct 6, 2014.

  1. atomickustom
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    Cool! Tell me about those wheels?
     
  2. straykatkustoms
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  3. straykatkustoms
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    Look like Halibrand wheels


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    The grille bars were taken from a '56 Chrysler. But, in order to look like they belonged on my Caddy, we had to pie-cut the hood. Now. it's perfect...IMHO.
     
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  8. Super Cool especially the El Camino
    Not a fan of chopping the top on them.


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    Elden Titus creation, this chopped ’64 Riviera was pearl white with pink flames, and had six carbs on top of the blower.

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    The wheels are from, I think, a 1978 Lincoln. I had a friend cut some discs whick covered up the ugly spoke-like centers and then bought some cheapo knock off centers which I put over the center discs. I don't think I have more than $75 in all four wheels. Oh, I did have to have them polished which cost me a couple beers. A friend did it for me. Thanks for asking.
     
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  11. straykatkustoms
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    Thanks for the info, they look too kool!


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  12. Peanut 1959
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    Here's what they look like, unmodified. Hope this doesn't cross the OT line. :) wheeldishlinc.jpeg
     
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    Never get tired of seeing this one. FB_IMG_1576383386898.jpeg FB_IMG_1576383390620.jpeg
     
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    Thanks...


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  17. atomickustom
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    I was close!! I was thinking maybe Cordoba. I forgot all about those Lincoln wheels.
    Thanks for the info.
     
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    from red oak

    My most recent picture of it. Scan0514.jpg
     
  22. Here’s one from my little book collection. 4 door yet. Adjustments.JPG


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  23. The blue unchopped 41 belonged to a friend of mine from Hayward CA.. It was kinda based on Miss Elegance. It was black after it was blue. It's still around but it's been in hiding for probably 30 years after the owner died. It had a pretty hot 302 Jimmy six in it. The trunk was also welded shut.
     
  24. Peanut 1959
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    I bet I'm not the only one here who would appreciate a few pics of the ol' girl in her current state. Any chance you could make that happen?
     

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