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57burb
Posted 2006-05-31 3:03 PM (#57097 - in reply to #57011)
Subject: RE: 57 58 Plymouth Mild Cusrom



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So no one likes the old FLs customized?

I do!



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narleycharlie
Posted 2006-06-01 9:38 AM (#57146 - in reply to #39303)
Subject: RE: 57 58 Plymouth Mild Cusrom



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Very cool customs,keep em coming.Here s one of mine,definately not a custom but it is a Petty wanna be and it is signed by the man. Charlie
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narleycharlie
Posted 2006-06-01 9:50 AM (#57147 - in reply to #39303)
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Very cool customs,keep em coming.Here s one of mine,definately not a custom but it is a Petty wanna be and it is signed by the man. It s not authentic looking if that is the rite word for it,looking at the correct picture ,but I still have oodles of fun.BTW non car people don t know any better,they just see COOL and they love it.This car is a driver and very dependable.Ploy 318,1960 Dodge wagon brakes up front and 74 Challanger rear end.It s cool to see a nostolgic stock car on the road.We have Cruisin The Coast down here and over the years I have seen about three other old stock cars,hopefully we may get another trend started.Charlie



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57burb
Posted 2006-06-01 10:24 AM (#57149 - in reply to #57147)
Subject: RE: 57 58 Plymouth Mild Cusrom



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Awesome car, Charlie! Have you seen this other #43 1959 Plymouth?

I don't know who owns it, but I thought you might like it.



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narleycharlie
Posted 2006-06-01 3:42 PM (#57161 - in reply to #39303)
Subject: RE: 57 58 Plymouth Mild Cusrom



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I ve seen that car before,I don t know if that is correct either but it looks good.I do know that Petty s 59 that he raced was indeed white , that was long before Petty blue.But I went w/blue cause eveyone knows The King for his blue.Besides I ve never been correct about anything , so why start now.I found this one on the net a while back.Not to clear,here goes.Charlie




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Rebels-59
Posted 2006-06-01 6:33 PM (#57167 - in reply to #39303)
Subject: Re: 57 58 Plymouth Mild Cusrom



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Hey 57burb.. Where are you getting the Pic,s from.?? The top 58 Dodge is here in the UK ,and the Blue / White 59 Coronet with Magnum 500s on Page 2 is Mine , That Pic was taken in Montana 2 years ago just before i got it and brought it to the UK..
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Posted 2006-06-04 6:41 PM (#57369 - in reply to #39303)
Subject: Re: 57 58 Plymouth Mild Cusrom


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Posted 2006-06-04 7:21 PM (#57374 - in reply to #39303)
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How do you post PIC,S in the Reply ??
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Posted 2006-06-06 1:43 AM (#57492 - in reply to #57374)
Subject: Re: 57 58 Plymouth Mild Cusrom



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If you click on "Reply" and go to the bottom of the page when you are done typing your text,
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Posted 2006-06-06 2:39 AM (#57493 - in reply to #39303)
Subject: RE: 57 58 Plymouth Mild Cusrom


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I have a really great idea for a subtle custom I want to make out of an old 58 2 door hardtop Plymouth I have sitting out back, first things first, I am going to strip off the gold annodizing on the grill and some other parts, and have them redone silver, then I am going to shave some trim, I am going to remove the checkmark and just leave the top spear down the side, I think I will also remove the scripts, they say something weird like furry or fury, some kind of nonsense, and replace them with fancy belvedere scripts. Next I am going to do a radical body mod that when finished will appear subtle, I am going to cut the doors down a few inches and add some metal behind it to create a pillar that goes from the roof to the floor, and then I am going to add a second door on both sides behind the front doors. When the body work is done, I am going to strip the remaining paint, it's an ugly color kind of an off white, and go with something nice, mabeye a blue. After the cosmetics are done I am going to pull the 2 four barrel, gas guzzeling engine, and automatic transmission, I hope I will be able to find a kid I can pay to haul it to the dump, and replace it with a nice 6 cylinder with a 3 speed, it is very important to me to get that sporty look, so I think that instead of a colum shifter I will add a floor shifter. This is really going to be some car, I think it will really stand out among all other 58 Plymouths, and when people look at it they will say, "Thats the way they should have come from the factory". All kidding aside, I really like well done foreward look customs, but for the most part, I think most Foreward looks are as close to perfect as you can get in a factory car.
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Posted 2006-06-06 1:39 PM (#57518 - in reply to #39303)
Subject: RE: 57 58 Plymouth Mild Cusrom



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Thanks Royalgate, I have been trying to paste them, I will give it another go your way,,
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57burb
Posted 2006-07-02 7:00 PM (#59205 - in reply to #39303)
Subject: RE: 57 58 Plymouth Mild Cusrom



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Some more I have found. Feel free to add anything you have.



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57burb
Posted 2006-07-05 5:08 PM (#59387 - in reply to #59205)
Subject: RE: 57 58 Plymouth Mild Cusrom



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Update!



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narleycharlie
Posted 2006-07-05 8:19 PM (#59409 - in reply to #39303)
Subject: Re: 57 58 Plymouth Mild Cusrom



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Man all those custom pics at one time, wow that was like a head rush from the old days. He..He... Charlie
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Posted 2006-07-06 9:50 AM (#59471 - in reply to #39303)
Subject: Re: 57 58 Plymouth Mild Cusrom



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I love that '60 Matador wagon. Looks like he used headlights from a '60 buick. That was an idea I had for my car a while back that I may have to revisit now that I've seen this!!
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57burb
Posted 2006-07-10 5:37 PM (#59869 - in reply to #59471)
Subject: Re: 57 58 Plymouth Mild Cusrom



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Some more.

I'm glad there seems to be some increasing interest in these cars as customs. They really do have better lines than their peers, and the only thing that compares are the cars that were designed to compete against them - the '59-61 GM hardtops. Everything else pales.



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57burb
Posted 2006-07-14 3:39 PM (#60226 - in reply to #39303)
Subject: RE: 57 58 Plymouth Mild Cusrom



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Pipin' hot, fresh batch



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57burb
Posted 2006-07-18 4:23 PM (#60555 - in reply to #39303)
Subject: RE: 57 58 Plymouth Mild Cusrom



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Here are a few more.

I threw in a few Photoshops, they're pretty obvious, but they're fun.



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57burb
Posted 2006-07-31 5:41 PM (#61633 - in reply to #39303)
Subject: RE: 57 58 Plymouth Mild Cusrom



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More.



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56windsor_ooo
Posted 2006-10-04 11:58 PM (#65792 - in reply to #39303)
Subject: RE: 57 58 Plymouth Mild Cusrom



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custom 55



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56windsor_ooo
Posted 2006-10-05 12:01 AM (#65793 - in reply to #39303)
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56 custom



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56windsor_ooo
Posted 2006-10-05 12:08 AM (#65794 - in reply to #39303)
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And my baby...



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Posted 2006-10-05 12:49 PM (#65806 - in reply to #39303)
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Beautiful customs! Does anyone have any of a 59 Plymouth? I am contemplating some eventual changes on mine ... I saw a few shots of one in a Hop up magazine a couple of years ago; If anyone gets The Rodder's Journal occasional FL vehicles are shown. Beth Harris.
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Posted 2006-10-15 1:37 AM (#66251 - in reply to #39303)
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Couple more I found...





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56windsor_ooo
Posted 2006-10-15 1:45 AM (#66252 - in reply to #39303)
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ok, more than a couple, I reposted the 56 custom with a bigger pic...
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Posted 2006-10-15 2:19 AM (#66256 - in reply to #39303)
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Danny, a couple posts back you posted a picture of a cream orange Dodge Polara, with a Chrysler front clip, I don't care for the top chop, but that sure does make a pretty neat looking car otherwise, I wonder what my 62 Newport would look like with mabeye a reverse of that, for some reason I have always liked the front end of the first Dodge 880. Anyhow, I am seriously considering a mild custom with my 62 if I keep it.
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Posted 2007-05-20 8:36 AM (#83577 - in reply to #39303)
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It's a bit over the top for my taste, but it's definatly a full on custom.

Well pictures are a bit big, I'll have to work on re-sizing them

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57burb
Posted 2020-03-03 1:18 PM (#595133 - in reply to #39303)
Subject: RE: 57 58 Plymouth Mild Cusrom



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This thread has gotten a little stale! Wanted to add my Chrysler here for posterity. Please add anything you can!



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Lancer Mike
Posted 2020-03-03 8:59 PM (#595160 - in reply to #595133)
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Smoooooooooooooooooooooooth!  

 

This car kind of grew on me...





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Posted 2020-03-04 4:11 AM (#595176 - in reply to #39303)
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My '56 Savoy will eventually be mildly customized by moving the front bumper in by 3". It's hard for me to believe that the picture with it further out and up is the original in this gif file, but it is.



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57burb
Posted 2020-03-04 10:04 AM (#595200 - in reply to #39303)
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That bumper mod really cleans up the nose!

Lancer Mike - 2020-03-03 7:59 PM

This car kind of grew on me...



Frostbite! Would you believe this is what ultimately happened to that car? It's still a custom



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Posted 2020-03-04 8:01 PM (#595227 - in reply to #595200)
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NO WAY!!!

It's now a convertible?  Amazing!

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Posted 2020-03-05 7:10 AM (#595247 - in reply to #595227)
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Did some *** really cut the roof off, of a Regal Lancer? I can't believe that...... What a shame.
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57burb
Posted 2020-03-05 10:15 AM (#595252 - in reply to #595247)
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I'm not sure if the roof was cut off the car, or if the Regal Lancer trim was added to a convertible. But either way, Frostbite was used in the transformation.
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Posted 2020-03-05 1:18 PM (#595261 - in reply to #39303)
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Heres my mild custom 58 fury its a work in process

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Posted 2020-05-09 8:39 PM (#598015 - in reply to #39303)
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Extending the grille opening on a '55 Chrysler would be an improvement in my opinion. Even though I didn't draw the grille evenly, it looks much better than the stock version.



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Suddenlyits1960!
Posted 2020-05-09 9:35 PM (#598017 - in reply to #598015)
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I think that 56 Savoy looks pretty sharp! Great color too.
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Posted 2020-06-22 9:16 PM (#600028 - in reply to #39303)
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Thanks, I like it too. I've been thinking about what the '61 Imperial needs to look good. It has so much potential, but misses the mark. I think that if I owned one, I would do something like this: split the grille and hide the sides of the headlights with some good sized bumper wings. I think this could look much better than the stock version.



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Suddenlyits1960!
Posted 2020-06-24 9:07 PM (#600089 - in reply to #600028)
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I’ve always kind of felt that way about the 1960 Dart. I have always wished Chrysler had made the fins larger,like the Polara. It would be interesting to see what a 1960 Phoenix would look like if the fins still ran the same length but were more prominent height wise. Love those fins!
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Posted 2020-06-25 11:16 AM (#600105 - in reply to #600089)
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That '60 Plym's moulded front bumper is something that won't ever be on my to do list....
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