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Features The Definitive "MILD CUSTOM" Photo Thread....

Discussion in 'Traditional Customs' started by Centurion9, Mar 31, 2011.

  1. wallyringo
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    I believe these beauties are mild kustoms, no chop tops beautiful paint jobs. noised deck shaved all the good stuff.
     

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  2. chaos10meter
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    from PA.

    I must be getting old, my first thought when I looked at this was,


    "I had an Allis tractor just like that many years ago""





     
  3. JeffreyJames
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    from SUGAR CITY

    My absolute favorite...
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  4. Terrible Tom
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    Lots of great ideas here to inspire me.
    Tom
     
  5. six pack to go
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    Just scored this 50... Think it fits here...
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  6. hillbilly4008
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    from Rome NY

  7. Hotdoggin DaddyO
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    I reeaaly would like to see/know more about this.:D

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  8. daddio211
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    I'm not 100% certain, but I believe that's Jimmy Vaughn's. Tim McMaster on here would be able to tell you more, as he built the Y-block for Jimmy.
     
  9. chrisntx
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    from Texas .

    I was told this mild custom 1950 Crestliner is from Missouri and I would like to find out who customized it. It has 51 bumpers and headlght doors. Bumper overriders are removed. The Ford crest has been removed front and rear. The hood was cleaned off, no spear, no hood ornament. The Crestliner script has been removed. The backup lights were taken off. The license surround and latch are gone. In other words, nosed and decked.

    The mirrors may help identify it. The license plate bracket was mounted upside down and made the plate hang way down. It is in the correct position in this picture

    It sat under a carport and hadnt been driven in a very long time.The tires had rotted off. Do you know this car? Thanks
     

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  10. I don't mean to nitpick, but the shoebox Ford has a '55 Dodge grille - not a '56 Dodge. There is a subtle difference in the raised "bumps" on the bars. The '55 has very small bumps - 'the 56 has higher ones.
     
  11. custom50
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    from Indiana

  12. oldskoolsalt
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    Maybe doesnt quite fit in but is an amazing car!....No chop and has moon discs:D. Wish it was mine!!

    Greg
     

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  13. Special Ed
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    Hahahaha.... NO, it doesn't quite fit in.... :rolleyes: Sorry. Mild customs don't have rollbars, or numbers on their doors....
     
  14. Squablow
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    I don't think I've posted pics of my '52 here yet.

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  15. Mr Haney
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    Rolling this 57 Special right now. Larry watson flames anybody:eek:
     
  16. Let's keep doing this.......and please tell me the owner of this Chevy is a Hamber......!

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  18. 'Mo
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    rbantique posted this Stude-finned Plymouth on another thread. I love it! So stock, yet so wild!

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  20. 50Fraud
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    Outstanding!
     
  21. PeterG
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  22. PeterG
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    This is my 1960 Cadillac i built a couple of years ago. Its sold now. But maybe a do something whid my 1962 Cadillac convertible to...
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    For this summer i built a 1964 Valiant.
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  23. PeterG
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    from Sweden

    This is my friend, and his 1957 Ranch wagon. He sold this car and built the 1931 roadster in the pic above. I paint both the roadster and the 1957 Ford. He take the biggest customprice you can win in Sweden here. The "leadslead of the year"

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  24. Jay71
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    Man I really dig that Valiant! Nice job.
     
  25. PeterG
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    Thanks. Its a realy simple work, i shaved the doors and hood. then i lowered it about 3 inch. I should replace the slant six to a 318 this winter. And some moore mild bodywork to.
     
  26. teddyp
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    bruce from wayne speed shop in jersery love it so under stated yet so cool !
     
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  27. Roger O'Dell
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    My wifes Cad
     
  28. Roger O'Dell
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    Mine
     

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