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

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

  1. rick finch
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  2. rick finch
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  3. rick finch
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  4. autobilly
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    Excellent period pic of a bitchen subtle Custom.
     
  5. Jay71
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    I stared at that one for a looooooong time too. Bitchen car.
     
  6. Or seven or eight ... not sure because some of the pics don't show any more, not to mention you gave someone shit about posting a chopped topped car. That really must be some stanky beer :D
     
  7. Special Ed
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    Point taken ... :eek:

    [​IMG]
     
  8. Carolina Man
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    Wow Great Thread.
     
  9. flyin-t
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    My neighbors car

     
  10. Bakers_Kustoms
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    from wyoming

    Here's my current work in progress daily driver

    Posted using the Full Custom H.A.M.B. App!
     

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  11. Cliffwa
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    This is my recently completed, home built street driver 53 Merc. The engine is a 351W out to 356 with Silva-lites and Cobra Jet cam. The heads are truck heads with oversize exhaust valves and pocket ported. I installed a Ford F-100 power steering box and four wheel discs, a C-4 with shift kit and a Maverick V-8 rear. It's painted a metallic pearl dark cherry with cream and maroon interior. The body is stock appearing but with a few bits of stainless left off to clean up the lines.
     

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  12. 50Fraud
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    ^ Nice looking sedan!
     
  13. Kustom Leatherworks
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    1949 Ford Coupe. For sale too...see classifieds
     

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  14. Keep 'em coming. Nice one Baker's Customs..
     
  15. orangeamcs
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    Pretty mild my friends work in progress. Just slammed w supremes. Intends to chop it when he finds time

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  16. hombres ruin
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    Very nice shoebox. Looks like it fell out of the custom car mags of the 50s. The two tone color choice is perfect
     
  17. Bigcheese327
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    This '51 Ford was posted on Facebook the other day. I really like it. Even the color is mild.
     

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  18. slddnmatt
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    My very mild 50
     

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  19. TheFrenZ
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    Very nice Matt.Very nice.Beautiful car !

    You gotta post more pics and details of it.Did I maybe miss a build-thread ?
     
  20. Squablow
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    I've seen this car in person and it's exceptionally nice. One of the very few cars I've seen built recently that I couldn't find anything not period correct on it.
     
  21. Bob K
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    I agree, that is a very nice car and done correctly.

    B:)B
     
  22. Kustom Leatherworks
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    Thanks for the kind words guys. 99% of cars usually miss the mark its the 1%ers that actually get it! ..Theres still hope for the Hamb Board. I apologize for the aluminum radiator, they could cool ten flatheads. Heres a few more pics... Thanks again guys... oh yea, this piece of traditional history is for sale. p.s. Rodders Journal said they'd come photograph it, I told them no because they said they wanted me to put radials on it. Ha! - Max
     

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  23. Nads
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    You are forgiven. Your car is on the money.
     
  24. Eric H
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    So nice! Done just right.
     
  25. Cool car KL. If I had the money it'd be on its way to the Kansas City area.
     
  26. Man, this thing is cool.

    And it's blue and gold too.:)
     
  27. Butch Clay
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    Perfect!

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  28. joeyesmen
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    Just scored this in a trade with HAMBer Bobwop . . .
     

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  29. Carolina Man
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    Love the flames on that Chevy.
     
  30. Nice Chevy, absolutely, but I love that garage or studio or barn?! Looks like a great space.
     

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