The Jalopy Journal
Discussion in 'Traditional Customs' started by straykatkustoms, Oct 6, 2014.
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Is it my bad eyes or is this a 4dr hardtop? Thanks for posting the pic.
I'm not sure.It does look like a 4 door even the top looks like the 4 door top.
Ronnie Camp's Barris Chevy was inspiration for Tom Wolfe's “The Kandy-Kolored Tangerine-Flake Streamline Baby." (Copyright 1965.)
Whoa! Any more info on this one? I've never seen this pic before:
I got the picture from Facebook.I will see if I can dig up any information on it.
Saw this "beauty" on Craigslist last night. https://fayar.craigslist.org/cto/d/siloam-springs-1940-ford-custom/7038298644.html
Not my style and the chop is a butcher job, but I suppose there's potential there...
Well, it has nice headlight bezels.
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That could be saved and turned into a kool 60's style kustom. Hopefully it will find a good home.
John Gomez' amazing Bailon-built Chevy went on to ISCA immortality, but at such a cost.
"Look What They Done to My Song, Ma!"
Look closely. The top on buick boy's (EDIT, sp.) incredible '60 HT is actually removable!
One kustom that I have always wanted to see in person. I was told the workmanship was amazing.
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