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Discussion in 'Traditional Customs' started by Tuck, Jun 28, 2017.

  1. 'Mo
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    Nice extended cab, built by Dick Dean.

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  2. 'Mo
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    Ciderella...

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    Wicked step-sisters.

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  3. Mr.Musico
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    The "Edselero" I built Screenshot_2018-11-03-19-06-00~2.png Screenshot_2018-11-03-19-04-32~2.png
     
  4. straykatkustoms
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  5. **spicoli**
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    My ‘62 Ranchero...on a side note, looking for (2) center caps for these Keystone Mini Rogue wheels.


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  6. 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!)
     
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  7. El Camino Kid
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    use your magnifier to look at the wheels, tires and fender, its a great job. maybe too good...
     
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  8. El Camino Kid
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    I guess Bangkok Dean originally posted the pic, maybe he'll chime in.
     
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  9. loudbang
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    Probably not :(
     
  10. Stogy
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    :rolleyes:...I think this James Fella might be Hamber @Kustom7777...Quite the talented fella he is...

    https://www.jalopyjournal.com/forum/threads/a-kustom-rendering-i-did.1044046/

    http://customrodder.forumactif.org/t4559-james-laga-numeric-custom-car-gallery

    https://www.kustomrama.com/index.php?title=Jim_Laga's_1950_Ford

    https://www.jalopyjournal.com/forum/threads/telstar-it-still-exists.1117810/

     
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  11. El Camino Kid
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  12. El Camino Kid
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    Ahhh, I wouldnt be surprised at all if it was some of his work, very similar. Hes definitely on his game!
     
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  13. 'Mo
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    Chevy "Butterfly" wheel is an interesting choice.

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  14. Mr.Musico
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  15. Stogy
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    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.
     
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  16. Jalopy Joker
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  17. jakesbackyard
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    1. Upholstery

    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

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  18. rad red
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  19. zeph4057k
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    I really like this , it looks really in proportion.
     
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  21. 'Mo
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  22. HOTRODRONNY
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    HERE IS A 1947 FORD 4 DOOR RANCHERO IN THE BUILD STAGE 20181024_120214 (1).jpg
     
  23. loudbang
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  27. 59FORD
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    Freshly painted 59 from Mooneyes this past weekend.
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  28. spiritof67
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  29. 'Mo
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    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.

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  30. Silva
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    1963 Factory V8, 4 Spd, Ranchero. Owned this a few years back... 63RANCHO.jpg
     

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