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Discussion in 'Traditional Customs' started by BloodyKnuckles, Feb 4, 2008.
Are you talking about Junior Conway's Shoebox. That is the car in the last 2 pics..
not too sure if its too wide for your application, but a 61 dodge window has a funky curves to it.We have a 61 Dodge Pheonix in the shop and has simliar curves to it but may be too wide.
Man, that's sweet
Yeah it's in primer you got a problem with that?
I was just joking.Take it easy man.
HAMBer BAREOOT's beautiful Olds.
Another Aussie Classy Kustom. Justin Hills Art Deco '49 fastback buick.
there are so many get classy cars already posted so i posted afew that weren,t
Love this thread!
I don't remember if i posted on it previously or not.
Here are a few updated pics of mine. I'm slightly biased, but would like to think it is classy...
It was stock in December of last year and I'm just putting the finishing touches on it now.
I'd like to put in a vote for a local, Greg Pitman's 47 Chrysler.....
He and his family built this one, I've seen it in many stages...
What he said. This wagon is very cool.
Any idea whose it is, etc.?
Dave Dohlman, I think I spelled that right. southeastern Nebraska,Verdon. The Picture looks like it was taken at Salina Kansas at the Leadsleds.
A couple of my favs
I'm diggin the finish on the 53 chevy grille ......
These big old Chryslers look like they were carved from a bar of soap and then scrubbed!! swoopy smooth. Would love to see a full-on side view of this slippery thing!!
The builder is on the HAmb....he is one of the Lonely Knights posts under grizlyrr the amount of custom in this thing is impressive...his avatar is a great side view of her
Pictures don't do the car justice at all, looking at the picture you don't realize how big
the car is, it is huge! I'm not a fan of this year of chrysler, but when I saw Greg kruiz'n
at Salina I changed my mind. Very Kool choice and deserving to be mentioned.
Happy Trails, Mick
So many beautiful customs out there, but, this one is hands down my favorite of all time. I actually have dreams about winning the lottery and making an offer for it.
Kool thread thanks
Yea me too beats the heck out of paying for chrome.
These rides are what dreams are made of.
what front bumper is this?
looks like something from the 60s turned over..
I'm gonna go out on a limb and say 55 chevy....and I apologize if I'm a dumbass
im pretty sure its a 54 chevy bumper
its a 55 or 56 ford bumper
I remember the first time I saw this car in person up in the springs. I've seen a lot of cars over the years but this was one of those that stuck with me. Aside from the massive size which was already mentioned, the car just grabs you! I can't remember the exact number of years (I want to say 11 but that may not be correct) but I know he has a heavy amount of time in this build, and when it was all said and done it was worth it. Amazing ride.
Greg's daughter is engaged to a buddy of mine here in town. She is quite the builder as well...she has a pretty sick 60 imperial...
Here is a picture that I stole from Roger.... Don't tell him.
Hmmm that looks like it was from a feature in a certain magazine
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