Category: Customs & Rods

First Car Dreams: Marvin Meyer’s 1957 Bel Air 2-Door Hardtop

The love for a first car is like no other. While you may not have had the greatest car on the block way back in the day, your first vehicle represented freedom, personalization, entertainment and maybe even relationships…



Chantilly Laced: Tony Moore’s 1960 Coupe De Ville

Every full throttle car guy with any significant time under their customizing belt has a list of rides that have occupied their wrench room, put their wallet on a diet, and made them want to throw tools across…



Japan Does It Again – Fit Kustomz Slam’d 1956 Bel Air

When you hear someone speak of the car culture in Japan, most people instantly conjure images of Tokyo Drift, and think drift-cars, imports, and even the extremely cambered out big-bodied VIP scene that has worked its way here to the…



Six-Fo: Japan’s Lowest 1964 Impala – Horizon ’64

Every trend, genre, sport, hobby, music, art, etc. all have their “golden era” where things are in their prime and the ideas are original and refreshing. You may recall the golden era of hip hop, which took place…



The Green Mile: Toneman’s 1953 Chevy Coupe

In Stephen King’s Classic The Green Mile one of the prisoners has a special gift to share with the world. In comparison, Johnny Toneman’s 1953 Chevy 150 Coupe also has a very special gift. Upon first…



LISA: The Swisher’s 1964 Buick Riviera

Blood, sweat, and tears are common ingredients for most home builders when it comes to perfecting their rides in their garage, but for Chris and Nancy Swisher’s 1964 Buick Riviera there were gallons of each contributed and poured into this…



Vito Corleone Coupe: Mike Vito Sutton’s 1964 Cadillac

Wanting to keep his mind busy and stay out of trouble for once, Mike “Vito” Sutton of Desert Hot Springs, California decided to delve into a new project after taking a bit of a hiatus from custom builds. Having…



Family Four Door – Jason Haase’s Bodied 1965 Impala

Often when we venture out and decide to begin a new project we scourer the interwebs looking for the perfect canvas to begin the journey. Other times that project might land in your lap like it was…



Kustom Refinement: Scott Hultquist’s ’57 Coupe Deville

The Cadillac has long been a symbol of luxury and refinement that still lives on through today’s models, but some would arguably say they were at the height of refinement from the ‘40s through the ‘60s….



Father-Son Bel Air: The 1957 Chevy Family Affair

If you have been into the custom automotive scene for any length of time you probably know good and well what a bitchin’ ride looks like. The 1957 Chevy Bel Air you see before you is owned by…



Big Bombin’ Beauty: Russell Perea’s 1953 Chevy

When it comes to styles on classic car builds we all know terms like hot rod, rat rod, lowrider and resto (albeit, everyone has their own definition for each) but one genre that seems to be picking up steam again is…



La Ranfla Muerta: K-Daddy’s Killer 1960 Pontiac

When you want the wildest of the wild you go see the master – Kyle “K-Daddy” Gann of K-Daddyz Kustomz. K-Daddy has been churning out the wildest customs for almost three decades now, and shows no…