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Discussion in 'Traditional Customs' started by Ryan, Jun 11, 2010.
This one belongs to kkoacolonel here on the HAMB. Mild Kustom done right!
Its still alive and well, I think it was in primer but not 100% certain on that . There was a thread a while back on historical Canadian customs and there were some really cool pics of it over the years.
so hard to choose! my all time is the saint vasquez convert.
but a very close second is this hambers sedan...I hope to replicate someday.
**also a color pic of that canadian with the lincoln headlights mentioned a few posts back-
Mine, now that it´s got crome bumpers..
Hands down favorite is Valencia but my new second fav is the Cort Elliot car!
The last I knew a fella named Terry Kong owned the car and drove it a lot to events in B.C. and Washington.
well heres mine i dig it so i guess its my favorite
any one know the wheels and tires on this car
what kind of wheels are these
I am getting lots of inspiration for mine!!
Here is pic of my old '50.I've got better pictures,buy they're on a computer that isn't working right now.
My vote goes to the Valencia Chevy too, there is a lot of other cool chevys to like the dan landon 49 and carl abajian's 49, but I have been in love with the Jesus' chevy since the first time I saw it on print.
dam! that would be cool
Admittedly, I have way too many "favorites", but the Jesus Valencia Coupe is at the top of the list.
Does anyone one know where it is now?
Hmmmm... Strange I had to scroll back up to see if my eyes were okay...
"Hmmmm... Strange I had to scroll back up to see if my eyes were okay..."
Must be an east coast thing.....
Could somebody please remove that eyesore from this potentially incredible thread?
Hopefully mine some day.......
Here is mine a couple of years ago.
Yup, I did a search - here's the thread: http://www.jalopyjournal.com/forum/showthread.php?t=47079&highlight=canadian+customs
Great photos in there - thanks for passing that info along. I should've known a car like that would turn up here somewhere..
That is a neat shot, especially in color. Thanks for posting!
Great to hear that a car of that caliber is still being cared for - and driven - today. If I ever win the lottery, I think I might have to look him up!!
this one is mine hasnt gotten very much attention since its a mild kustom but i love it and am happy with what ive done hope you guys like it too
That's a very clean ride.I guess that's why I'm always looking for the perfect '50.
Carson top too.
Dont forget to check your blind spot !!
I think my 50 is my favorite by far, but then again, It's still being built and I am a lil biased. The black & green 53 is a close second and I have a pic of it readily available. I also tossed in a few others I really find inspiring.
Lucky 444's '51 that we got to tour Honolulu in last week. That's my new favorite. Killer ride with that 6 banger singing out the back.
That thing needs a rear window very badly. It looks hideous!
Anybody remember the article that Ganahl did about the three Chebbies he had a hand in? Was it in TRJ or R&C? What issue?
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