Customs by the Sea 2015

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The flyer for the 2nd annual Customs by the Sea. Design by Sondre Kvipt - Kustomrama.
The customs rolling in early Saturday morning. Photo by Richard Toonkel.
Chris Rusbach's 1941 Ford coupe entering the show Saturday morning. Photo by Richard Toonkel.
Ron Barbarino's 1941 Plymouth coupe during the rigging early Saturday morning. Ron and the rest of the Iron Lords car club helped Kustomrama hold the 2nd annual Customs by the Sea. Photo by Ron Barbarino.
The first custom cars parked in the sand early Saturday morning. Photo by Ron Barbarino.
Photo by Richard Toonkel.
Jeremy Minamyer's 1949 Mercury attend the show in white primer. Last year it made it's bare metal debut at the first Customs by the Sea car show. Photo by Richard Toonkel.
Photo by Richard Toonkel.
Photo by Richard Toonkel.
Photo by Richard Toonkel.
Nick Terenchin's 1941 Studebaker coupe. Nick's in progress attended last years show as well, and it has come a long way since then. Photo by Richard Toonkel.
Photo by Richard Toonkel.
Photo by Richard Toonkel.
Photo by Richard Toonkel.


The 2nd annual Customs by the Sea was held October 10-11, 2015 in Wildwood, New Jersey. The show was planned to take place October 3-4, 2015, but due to hurricane Joaquin, it had to be postponed one week. While the first Customs by the Sea was a celebration of traditional custom cars from all decades, the 2nd Customs by the Sea was a celebration of the early custom car. The show was held at the beach, right next to the Race of Gentlemen. The rules were simple: "Customs by the Sea is open for pre 1952 automobiles, restyled in a pre 1952 style".






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