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    James D
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    Thanks, though those are pretty much the same as the factory spats. Despite the odd top hinge, i thought it would be fun to keep that really strange door window frame arrangement.

     

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    #57836

    James D
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    `61 Cad. Just wondering about more of a factory prototype kind of thing.

    <img src=”https://www.customcarchronicle.com/wp-content/uploads/cccforum/57836/f0ujhqbfstuxs0dhfvsn774wa17wt2cz.jpg” alt=”1961CadillacCoupe” />

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    #58432

    James D
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    I guess this might be a kustom…maybe i should add skirts?

    Ford-103E-Popular

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    #58433

    Tony
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    I’ve seen a couple of real life attempts at that…not overly successful.

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    #58434

    James D
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    There are a few pics online…nobody has really nailed it. The rear fenders aren´t long enough originally and there´s that odd ‘bustle’ at the back which you can´t just leave there, hanging out in the breeze. I lengthened the rear fenders til they reached the back of the bustle and it gives you a chance to avoid too much of a stubby look.

    The Topolino is a much smaller car, but manages to have a nice coupe profile, so it must be possible.

     

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    #58437

    Tony
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    #58439

    James D
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    This is the nicest one i´ve seen…

    coupe29

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    #58441

    Tony
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    Yes, that is better. A tiny car in real life.

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    #58480

    James D
    Participant

    What if Wolseley had Zagato make some race cars for the Monte Carlo rally? aka, the answer to a question that nobody has ever asked….

    Wolseley-1500-MkIII-stockZagato-Wolseley-1500

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    #58495

    Dave Tartaglia
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    Excellent. When in doubt, call in the Italians for design help!

     

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    #58506

    James D
    Participant

    Daimler 250GT SWB…

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    Daimler-V8-250-side

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    #58507

    Mild Mitch
    Participant

    Wow! Who knew the Diamler could look so good! And, your Borrani wheels are the “cherry on top”!

    Mitch

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    #58522

    Rik Hoving
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    That Daimer came out absolutely gorgeous James.

    Somebody should really built one like that.

    Enjoy the beauty of Customizing

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    #58523

    James D
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    Thanks guys. 🙂

     

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    #58671

    Rik Hoving
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    1940 Studebaker President Delux Sedan.
    This is already a very nice car to start with with a beautiful factory stock laid back windshield. So I was wondering how it would look like an early 40’s Custom Cruiser. I chopped the top a few inches, and extended the front fenders backwards about ten inches to give the car some more optical length. I lowered the suspension with just a little more drop in the back for the slight speed-boat stance. (perhaps its a bit to low for the early 40’s vibe I was going for, but I like it this way). The door handles are removed and so is some of the trim and emblems, I added ’41 Cadillac stainless on the running boards and teardrop skirts on the rear fenders. It sits on wide whites with single bar flipper hubcaps and has classic two tone paint job in maroon and light gold.

    Studebaker-4-Door

     

    And the original image

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    Enjoy the beauty of Customizing

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