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  • #60750

    Rik Hoving
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    Some time ago James D did a really wonderful Chopped Hard Topped Austin Summerset Photoshopped image.

    Scarlett Devey owns a Austin Summerset, and really like the artwork and decided at one point here Austin would be the perfect candidate to bring James D’s artwork to life.

    I have been following this project on facebook and Instagram for a while, and it now has gotten to a point that it needs to be shared here on the Custom Car Chronicle as well.

    I know the European “small” cars done as traditional Custom might not be every CCC-Members cup of thee… But I love them…

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    Enjoy the beauty of Customizing

    #60751

    Rik Hoving
    Keymaster

    Metal magic by Tony Devey

     

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    Enjoy the beauty of Customizing

    #60756

    James D
    Participant

    Ah man! How talented is this crew?!

    #60757

    Terrific concept and amazing workmanship!  Traditional style customization works on the little cars too!  I love it!

     

    Dave

    Jus' creepin' along..

    #60760

    Tinwolf
    Participant

    I have to admit , i’ve been sceptical about traditional customs on small early euro cars but I been proven wrong before and WOW , I which the best to Scarlet and crew with the build , inspired by James D:s rendering , I know how hard it is to make an old car body to sing the traditonal custom tune , this Im looking forward to ! Best of luck with the build , shaving chopping smoothing lowering the old cool tin !

    Wolf

    #60761

    Dave Tartaglia
    Participant

    I dig it!

     

    #60763

    David Wolk
    Participant

    looks great.

    #60774

    Torchie
    Participant

    I have to admit , i’ve been sceptical about traditional customs on small early euro cars but I been proven wrong before and WOW , I which the best to Scarlet and crew with the build , inspired by James D:s rendering , I know how hard it is to make an old car body to sing the traditonal custom tune , this Im looking forward to ! Best of luck with the build , shaving chopping smoothing lowering the old cool tin ! Wolf

    ^^^^^^ What he said ^^^^^^^

    Torchie

    #60814

    Rik Hoving
    Keymaster

    From Tony on Facebook

    “A little update on the Somerset, all the welding and grinding completed on the rear half and now making a start on the window frames. Made some templates on alternative shapes, keeping with the ’39 Mercury style was a little disappointing I felt the proportions not quite right, so tried the slanted style as James Death’s original photoshop. Give me a bit of feedback, what are your thought’s?”

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    Enjoy the beauty of Customizing

    #60818

    Tony
    Participant

    The B pillar needs to be behind the door opening gap not in front of it. As is the door window looks like it will be too short and chubby, front to back. How you move the rear window pillar back is a problem to be solved.

    For what it’s worth, I prefer the curve.

    #60902

    tony devey
    Participant

    Thanks Rik for including the Somerset on the Custom Chronicles, I never started a thread myself as being a small British car I thought it a little off topic, must give credit to Jame’s De’ath as without his renderings the project would never have got kick started.

    #60905

    James D
    Participant

    Thanks Tony! I´m just happy to have inspired someone to build something from one of our small British cars. And you´re doing a killer job on it. Fortunately, Rik is very open minded about what counts as a Custom, so you can find all sorts on  here.

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