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  1. Quentin Hall
    May 19, 2017

    The distinctive Nash grill and very near Sacramento location would perhaps point to a Westergard connection, surely?

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  2. Torchie
    May 19, 2017

    My thoughts as well Quentin. That plus the quality of the work done.
    Given the time period how many others were out there doing that type of work?
    Too bad George Barris is gone. He might have known something about this car.
    Ah yes. Another custom mystery…….
    Torchie

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  3. Kyle Connole
    May 20, 2017

    Very interesting. Can’t say I’m a fan of the filled window and B-pillar treatment, but it certainly is a unique look. Does he plan to restore it to the green or the maroon/cream version?

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  4. KingKustoms
    May 23, 2017

    Neat old custom…when do we get to see the current pictures??? 😀

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  5. KingKustoms
    June 19, 2017

    Wow, great to see this one coming back to life! I like the unique shape of the early chopped top…being done in LA, it could have been Jimmy Summers…but it doesn’t really mimic his restyling fashion. The work on the B pillar is very interesting! Can’t wait to see more. Perhaps sticking with a ’36 Ford lightfast maroon, skirts, Firestones, early 112s, and some overstuffed wide rolls and pleats would make this one fantastic early kustom with real history!

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