Fred Ritter has one hot ‘Kustom’ on his hands with prominence.
Fred can clue you on the details…
“This 1951 Ford Crestliner Kustom was originally customized back in 1958-1960. It was redone in 1983. Ther top was chopped by Richard “Korky” Korkes in December of 1959 before he moved to California to run George Barris’ shop and help to create the original Batmobile among many other well known cars. This car was just featured in Kustoms Illustrated Magazine #62. For more info visit https://kustomrama.com/wiki/Robert_Ansetta%27s_1951_Ford“
“One of a kind with many extreme body modifications including ’58 Chevy Impala quarter panels extended 8” with ’59 Mercury tail lights and continental kit set in between and ’58Chevy rear bumper. The top is chopped 5” with slanted door post. Hood and door corners are all rounded and the front of hood has been scooped. It has 1955 Oldsmobile headlights, 1957 Chevy front bumper and an extended 1957 Corvette grill. There is a custom interior with bucket seats with a 1966 Caprice console and gauge pack.”
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