Saturday, June 4, 2011

Stylish 1957 Ford Kustom


I photographed Seaburst a couple of years back while at the Plesanton show.
As you can see below it is an old Kustom that was featured
 in CAR CRAFT magazine in 1964.  

Friday, June 3, 2011

The Friday View...

Starting with a shot of the rear, you can see my Wagon leaving on it's final cruise.
 Below are the first shots of my new project.

1946 Ford
Super DeLuxe Coupe

Yes, I have traded the 57 Wagon.  My new project is probably going to take a couple of years to complete.  I am going to start by lowering the car and driving it like that for a while.  I will keep you posted with more photos to come soon... 

Wednesday, June 1, 2011

Awsome People From Switzerland...

I met up with Mark from LOWTECH Traditional and Dani at he Santa Maria show. 
They are both from Switzerland.  Check them out with the Original Kustomizers,
 Bill Hines & George Barris.

  They are all great people.  Tonight Mark & Dani came over to my Dad's shop for
 a tour and then we went on a photo shoot and dinner in Guadalupe CA. 
Gilbert and Steve from Los Phantoms Car Club met up with us
 for the shoot in front of the Far Western Tavern/Restaurant.  
Soon the photos will be posted on

Tuesday, May 31, 2011

1962 Ford Galaxie For Sale...

The Galaxie has a factory 390 with a new Carb/Fuel Filter/Coil/..etc.. Auto Trans. Disc Brakes.
New Wheels and Tires. Sanderson Headers. Bellflower Tips to go with it.
Excellent Interior, Traditional Tuck and Roll. Still needs carpet but padding is complete.
Lokar Shifter. Moon Steering Wheel.
Roof and Dash are Paneled and Body is in Primer.
Current Registration and insured for 15k as a classic daily driver.
 Asking $8500.00 obo

For more info on this car

John Saltsman's Studebaker

Saltsman's  1949 Studebaker Pickup

Monday, May 30, 2011

Cleanest 55 Plymouth Mild Kustom...

This is the cleanest 1955 Plymouth I have ever seen and I have owned one for the past 32 years.  I have Kustomized mine but always thought if I kept it simple it would look good.  This is a prime example of that.