Thanks to the Oilers car club for letting us tag along on their incredible event. We had a blast, and we have thousands of.
Another shot of Brian Cannon's 1932 Ford cabriolet and Chris Ball's 1937 Ford pick up at the first Customs by the Sea in Wildwood, New Jersey.
Pat Pryor's 1929 Ford Model A Roadster, another sharp looking hot rod from the first Customs by the Sea in Wildwood, New Jersey.
Here's another one of Bob Kuykendall's rides! A 1933 Ford Cabriolet! Hot rod or mild custom? I'm thinking solid hood sides 1941 ford front bumper flipper huncaps and whitewall tires maked this a miiiild
Iron Lords CC member Mike Harvey's 1958 Ford custom looking good in the sand. This year we also invited some selected period correct pre customs into the Customs by the Sea car show in Wildwood.
Jeff Ludwig's mildly restyled 1955 Chevrolet custom at the first Customs by the Sea car show in Wildwood, New Jersey. Jeff's Chevrolet was originally.
April 2017 Oliver Hine's 1933 Ford coupe will be offered for sale at the Auctions America Fort Lauderdale Auction. Restyled by Oliver Hine of.
David DiRico has a thing for the early Barris Customs, and he feels that a Mercury just needs to be cleaned up because it already has great lines.
This is a #1932AustinBantamHotRod that Ron Maxwell of Salt Lake City Utah built in 1964 after he sold his channeled 1934 Ford coupe. "The 1932 Austin Bantam was featured in Hot Rod Magazine with Craig Breedloves Spirit of America on the Bonneville Salt Flats." Pretty wild! #SaltLakeCityHotRod #UtahHotRod #Kustomrama #roddersjournal #hamb #hopuplive #gasolinemagazine
Jade East was Bob Hagerty's first attempt at building a hot rod. It was completed in 1964 and in 1965 Car Craft Magazine named it one of the wildest sedans ever built! Quite an achievement! Do anyone know what happened to it?
Dan Wittenberg of Vancouver British Columbia Canada was smitten by the hot rod fever in 1953 when he was 17 years old. Dan had a buddy Fred Merkley who was building a channeled Model A roadster at the time. In 1954 a 1928 Ford Model A roadster was located at a farm in the Abbotsford-area. Four years were then spent building it into a hot rod similar to what Dan had seen and read about in California's Hot Rod Magazine. Thanks to @craigpettman the full story of this early Canadian hot rod is…
Here's a photo of Harold Post's Glasspar taken last year, after current owner John Deren installed a new set of Firestone tires. The custom hubcaps.
Ray Ellis sent us another photo of Rod Foote's Rod started building this early Australian hot rod in Another old Ross Roberts' 30 Model A roadster is parked next to Rod in the photo.
A photo of taken at this years where the car was shown in a special class called " The car was built in when Smith was the associate editor of Hot Rod Magazine. In 1963 the futuristic hot rod won the award at the Thanks to for the photo.
Another shot of at the first in Wildwood New Jersey. Brian's Ford was originally built by Steve Centracchio in the late and the early