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  • #50027
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    Tinwolf
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    Case study House no.22 by Pierre Koenig has been grinding on my mind for years , John Lautner houses are “out of this world” , living in it could be a different story but they look fantastic , then there is the Eichler houses … dreams dreams .

    Case study House no.22

    Sorry for hogging the thread , the practical aspect of having a all glass garage is coming to mind , UV ray , drying up and bleaching the car , cleaning the windows , LOL , but a fun idea !

    Wolf

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    Rik Hoving
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    Custom curved side window frames created by Robbie Azevedo for Steve Pierce’s 1940 Buick.

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    #50059
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    Rik Hoving
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    Not a Custom… but very inspirational for sure.

    1945 Lincoln Capri. Bob Gregory designed. William Schmidt did front end.

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    #50077
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    Bert Gustafsson
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    Huge car, and not so far off from the design that made it to production.

    49LincTownSedan

     

    #50251
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    Rik Hoving
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    Shared by Jamie Couture at the New England Hot Rod and Kustom Historical Society facebook page. “This ’41 Ford Convertible belonged to Ray Whitney President of the Road Gents CC out of Wallingford Connecticut. The car ran a 3” drop axle up front and the frame was Z ironed in the rear. It was nosed,decked and all the seams were filled. The headlights were frenched and a ’48 Cadillac grill was reworked in favor of the stock one. Dig that Carson top! The hopped up flathead was good for 110 mph! This photo was taken at the ’58 Rod and Custom Worlds Fair in Springfield Mass.

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    #50256
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    Rik Hoving
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    J Marciano Carrillo shared this great picture on his Instagram.

    “Original pic taken from ken Imus, aka “mr x” of work he did, before the top was covered. At hall or Carson top. It’s hard to say, because he worked at both places!”

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    #50259
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    Rik Hoving
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    Butch Fairchild shared this interesting fleetline on his Facebook.

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    #50270
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    David
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    Wow!! Is that ever pretty!!!!

    #50273
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    Tony
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    Mmm, that’s nice.

    #50274

    Nice chop and over all flow but not so fond of the front wheel opening but hey…. that´s only my oppinion.

    #50280
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    Tony
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    that´s only my oppinion.

     

    …and I agree.

    #50284

    I agree – nice flow!  Stock fender openings on an (American model) Pontiac Streamliner..?

     

    Dave

    Jus' creepin' along..

    #50288
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    Tony
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    No.

    #50344
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    Rik Hoving
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    Jeff Ludwig in progress Shoebox.

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    #50354
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    Mats Olsson
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    Nice chop and over all flow but not so fond of the front wheel opening but hey…. that´s only my oppinion.

    It’s not a Chevy Fleetline its a Pontiac Streamline, round fender well and the peak on the side by the head light. Aslo the Pontiac has longer wheelbase, see the distance between the door and the front wheel.

     

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