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Discussion in 'Traditional Customs' started by Tuck, Jun 28, 2017.
Nice extended cab, built by Dick Dean.
The "Edselero" I built
My ‘62 Ranchero...on a side note, looking for (2) center caps for these Keystone Mini Rogue wheels.
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I think I see what you see. The lines in bricks above the bed do appear distorted as well as some repetition of some of the brick detail. (I love a good photochop!)
use your magnifier to look at the wheels, tires and fender, its a great job. maybe too good...
I guess Bangkok Dean originally posted the pic, maybe he'll chime in.
...I think this James Fella might be Hamber @Kustom7777...Quite the talented fella he is...
Ahhh, I wouldnt be surprised at all if it was some of his work, very similar. Hes definitely on his game!
Chevy "Butterfly" wheel is an interesting choice.
Make sure you check the links out...his Telstar is his artistic hand being outstretched into the real world of Custom...and the Customrodder link is a showcasing of his artistic digital renderings...yes very inspiring stuff indeed.
My current Ranchero build from a ‘49 Tudor. Chopped 4”. ‘53 Ford rear cab. Ford Ranger bed rails. Currently figuring out hinges for the home built tailgate. Not the ones in pic. Lol
That is the 57 from this post: https://www.jalopyjournal.com/forum/threads/the-kustom-ranchero-thread.1067341/page-3#post-12575691
That picture was taken at an early VLV. Note the front corner of a mint green chopped suburban built by his nephew...
I really like this , it looks really in proportion.
The Kvipt Bros. over at Kustomrama put together one of my faves...A Ranchero version of Jerry DeVito's famous '57 HT, "The Maze".
Check out the build pictures HERE: https://www.kustomrama.com/index.php?title=Sondre_Kvipt's_1957_Ford
HERE IS A 1947 FORD 4 DOOR RANCHERO IN THE BUILD STAGE
posted by shortypu here:https://www.jalopyjournal.com/forum...ild-custom-paint.257556/page-78#post-12855462
Freshly painted 59 from Mooneyes this past weekend.
Edsel had a Ranchero? Wow.
Maybe a bit OT, but this Ranchero was done by upholsterer Lee Wells, one of the builders of this incredible sectioned, bubble-topped, Junior Conway-painted '56 Lincoln.
1963 Factory V8, 4 Spd, Ranchero. Owned this a few years back...
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