Kustoms Illustrated Number 48 – back issue
This issue’s cover features a Watson-inspired seaweed-flamed ’55 Chevy! Dick Freund’s Bel Air looks like it came right out of the late ‘50s and early ‘60s with its perfect stance, wild paint job and tasteful custom modifications.… Event coverage this issue features the hot, new all-custom show in Indianapolis known as the Custom Car Revival. We have exclusive and extensive coverage of this incredible show that has fast become thee custom show in America. Just like Kustoms Illustrated Magazine, the CCR is 100% Kustom! This issue also features Part Two of an exclusive article of vintage show customs from the 1960-61 era. We recently gained access to over 700 vintage color slides that have never before seen print and we present them to you in a giant article that will make your head spin. If you love old customs, then this issue is for you! Feature cars this issue also include the legendary “Jade Idol” ’56 Mercury built by the equally legendary Gene Winfield in 1958! Read all about this survivor in the latest issue. Speaking of “survivors” we also have an ‘80s-era ’49 Mercury to show you. This cool sled has survived over 35 years and is virtually unchanged from the day it was built. We’re sure you will find the history and owners of this gem very interesting. For those of you wishing to build your own custom, we have an in-depth tech article on how to chop the top on a ’51 Mercury. Rob Radcliffe of King Kustoms takes you step-by-step through the process and to achieve the traditional ‘50s era look! This and so much more in the new issue of the only all-kustom magazine!