Kustoms Illustrated Number 45 – back issue
The cover car this issue is Wayne Bolon’s beautiful mild ’52 Chevrolet Fleetline coated in Lemon Drop Pearl yellow and features tasteful traditional custom modifications We are proud to feature a “survivor” this issue with the likes of the old Jack Peed ’50 chopped Chevy that was built in 1961/’62.John Norman may no longer be with us, but thanks to his wife Gloria, the ’54 Chevy hardtop he built is still cruisin’ the streets and looking great. “Memories” is a perfect mild custom with just the right amount of customizing that sets it apart and catches the eye. On the radical wild side of things, we have a heavenly ’51 Mercury convertible owned by Sam Shoenburg aptly named “Angel Baby.” The Custom Car Revival in Indianapolis and Gambino’s “Sit Down” in San Jose, California. There is also exclusive coverage of this year’s Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance featuring seven historic custom Mercurys built prior to 1960! Rik Hoving and Rob Radcliffe team up to give us a great how-to tech article on building a custom grille for Jeff MacMillian’s period perfect ’51 Mercury.