1951 Ford Sedan by Kyle Osborn
About 10 years ago, custom rides were somewhat of an outrageous concept; nowadays. the streets are filled with them, and that’s not really a bad thing. The incredible 1951 Ford Sedan is what Kyle Osborn imagined to be his last full custom build, it took him a while to get there, but the outrageous Golden Shower is one incredible piece of automotive madness. Based upon a flat-black 1951, with a fresh 302 and air ride, this vehicle was always meant to be a clean, classy looking vehicle. The resulting exterior and killers lines seem to fit the description.
After chopping the roof, the man went for various body modifications, sheet-metal work, and subsequent paint. Everything had to be removed, from the door handles, key locks, mirrors, to badges, and so on, before John Wiggins at Creative Classics made everything feature a Root Beer Candy paint, with light flakes as part of the appeal. Also worth mentioning are the power rear quarters, courtesy of Arcindo’s design, new wiring and sound system, and the alarm system. Bob Sipes seems to be responsible for the interior atmosphere, complementing the exterior perfectly.
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