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    James D
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    This was my take on it from a while ago….Talbot Lago roof and a slightly raised tail.

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    #63233

    James D
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    Also had another shot at the Austin Princess, as i felt like there was more that could be done with it. They really have a lot of Bertone wedge look to them, once you dig into it.

    s_Princess 2200 HL side

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    #63269

    Mild Mitch
    Participant

    Wow, really nice James! Yes, definitely “Bertone-ish”. I really like this.

    Mitch

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    #63323

    Tinwolf
    Participant

    Mike Blacks fantastic -36 Ford art

    36 Ford original Mike Black art

    A hackjob lowered chopped version …

    36 Ford chopped top Mike Black art

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    #63335

    ARTMAN
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    GoOd TiMeS !

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    #63350

    Rik Hoving
    Keymaster

    Digital Restyling I did for Steve Pierce’s new project. 1936 Chevy Coupe turned Padded Topped Convertible.

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    And the actual project car…

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    Enjoy the beauty of Customizing

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    #63352

    Larry Pointer
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    Exciting!  The 1936 Buick is one my all-time favorite “fat fendered” cars of the era.  Thanks for sharing!

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    #63353

    KingKustoms
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    I saw a Graber bodied Alvis when i was in southern Germany, being used as a wedding car. When i googled it, it turned out to be the actual very last Alvis car ever registered new, which happened becuase Graber took a while to build the body. There was a cool looking chop topped Alvis Burns special too, with an interesting story… http://www.classicandsportscar.ltd.uk/Alvis-Burns-Special/classic-cars-for-sale/17220

    To me, this is fascinating. I caught this article strolling through this post and it was an interesting read. I wonder if Carroll Shelby had any influence on his idea to stuff an American V8 into them???  Great looking car that reminds me of Aston Martin, Bentley, and kinda sort Ghia-bodied predecessors.

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    #63372

    James D
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    A small British Ford 100E. Very nicely proportioned for a small car, though the roof needs a lot of work to make it look like this…

    100E

    Ford-100E-Popular-1959-side

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    #63373

    James D
    Participant

    And a Sunbeam Talbot drophead coupe.

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    #63380

    Dave Tartaglia
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    Sometimes just one big change and a few small ones are all you need. I never like the roof on the Morris Minor. So:

    Morris Minor Final

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