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THE CCC ITEM ARCHIVES
 

 

What’s in a Name?

  WHAT’S IN A NAME?   The trend originated from Motor ...
by Tom Nielsen
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Canted Quad Lights

Canted Quad Lights

  CANTED QUAD LIGHTS   Canted Quad Headlights on Customs, a trend started in 195...
by Tom Nielsen
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Dale Runyon Part two

  DALE RUNYON PART TWO   In this second part of the Dale Runyon story we concentra...
by Tom Nielsen
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Hometown Custom

  HOMETOWN CUSTOM   It is unusual now as well as back in the ...
by Tom Nielsen
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Every Picture has a Story

EVERY PICTURE HAS A STORY I always wondered about how these t...
by Tom Nielsen
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Angel Hair & White Rock

  THREE FOR THE SHOW   Indoor car shows have always been an ex...
by Tom Nielsen
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Bob Tormey Mercury Color Photos

BARRIS BUILT ’41 MERC Tom Nielsen has been sharing some great vint...
by Rik Hoving
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Lady in Distress!

THE FAMOUS MADAME FI FI  DISTRESS 1. great pain, anxiety, or sorrow; acute physical or mental s...
by Tom Nielsen
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Favorite Four Doors

4-DOOR CUSTOMS As a teenager I loved looking at the cars in the “small pages” car magazin...
by Tom Nielsen
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Delightful De Soto Bumpers

  DELIGHTFUL DE SOTO BUMPERS   Although rarely customized, the De Soto cars ...
by Tom Nielsen
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49 Mercury The Sahara

  THE SAHARA   This Mercury was the first chopped ’49...
by Tom Nielsen
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Dale Runyon part one

  DALE RUNYON PART ONE   Dale Runyon, a young car guy from Everett, Washingt...
by Tom Nielsen
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Unforgettable 1947 Chevy

UNFORGETTABLE 1947 CHEVY One of the first chopped custom coupe...
by Tom Nielsen
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Custom 1933-34 Fords

FORDS MODEL-40 CUSTOMIZED Today almost all of the modified ’33 and ’34 Fords are done up a...
by Tom Nielsen
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Low Profile Deuce

  LOW PROFILE DEUCE   Thirty-two Fords have always been at the forefront of the “h...
by Tom Nielsen
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A wonderful 1947 line up!

A FEW OF MY FAVORITE THINGS My favorite era of custom cars is the early times, the 1940’s. ...
by Rik Hoving
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