1954 Ford

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Al Peirish's 1954 Ford Skyliner of Inglewood, California was restyled by Don Roberts of Bear Custom Shop in 1962. Al's Skyliner was one of the last customs to come out of Don's shop.
Buzz McLeod's 1954 Ford Convertible of Seattle, Washington. Buzz was a member of the Draggin Sirs of Seattle car club, and the build, named "Little Star" was completed in 1958.
Duane Dietrick's 1954 Ford Victoria of Salt Lake City, Utah as it appeared in 2012.
Jim Logue's 1954 Ford convertible of Long Beach, California. Completed in 1958, Jim's Ford featured hydraulic lifts from aircraft surplus parts to alter the ground clearance. Jim's Ford is the first known custom car to be fitted with hydraulic lifts on all four corners, and it might be the very first custom to ever to incorporate this groundbreaking modification. Jim's Ford is also known as "The Fabulous X54."
Richard Korkes' 1954 Ford Convertible of Whippany, New Jersey. The car known as The Parisienne was restyled by Korky's Kustom Shop.
Rudy Rodriguez’s 1954 Ford of Lansing, Michigan. Rudy's Ford was restyled by Cooper Body Shop around 1956 - 1957.
Terry Smith's 1954 Ford of Lansing, Michigan. Terry was a member of the Capitol City Customs, and his Ford was restyled by Cooper Body Shop. The work was done sometime around 1956 - 1957.
Wally Knoch's 1954 Ford Convertible. Restyled sometime between 1954 and 1957, Wally's Ford was dressed up with a pair of Jimmy Jones Bubble Skirts.

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1954 Ford Customs

Al Peirish's 1954 Ford Skyliner
Andy Belusko's 1954 Ford
Bobby Rodriguez' 1954 Ford
Bruce Ledingham's 1954 Ford
Buzz McLeod's 1954 Ford Convertible
Duane Dietrick's 1954 Ford Victoria
Gene Swanson's 1954 Ford
Gordy Brown's Third 1954 Ford Skyliner - Deja Vu
Jack Purdy's 1954 Ford
Jake Melson's 1954 Ford F-100
Jerry Furtado's 1954 Ford
Jerry Preston's 1954 Ford
Jim Hagin's 1954 Ford
Jim Logue's 1954 Ford Convertible - The Fabulous X54
Jimmie L. Holmes' 1954 Ford F-100
Martin Srabian and Morris Srabian's 1954 Ford Pickup - The Wild Kat
Pete Stanley's 1954 Ford
Phil Rapuano's 1954 Ford
Ralph Addis' 1954 Ford
Ralph Ehorn's 1954 Ford F-100
Richard Korkes' 1954 Ford Convertible - The Parisienne
Rudy Rodriguez’s 1954 Ford
Teddy Zgrzemski's 1954 Ford
Terry Smith's 1954 Ford
Tore Persson's 1954 Ford
Wally Knoch's 1954 Ford Convertible

Cars Using 1954 Ford Parts

Grille Bar
Bob Dofflow's 1949 Ford
Jerry Ledlow's 1952 Ford Tudor

Grille Lip:
Jim Genty's 1952 Ford Victoria - Nugget

Headlight Rims
Richard Relph's 1953 Chevrolet
Jere Ehrich's 1950 Ford

Ron Dunn's 1950 Ford - The Monte Carlo

Rear Bumper
Bob Dofflow's 1949 Ford
Dick Mesa's 1949 Ford Convertible

Lloyd C. Hammond's 1949 Ford - The Majestic Lady

Roland Larsson's 1932 Ford Roadster
Ray Ellis' 1934 Ford 5-Window Coupe
Vartan Davidian's 1955 Ford F-100

Steering Wheel
Roland Larsson's 1932 Ford Roadster

Parking Lights
Dave Burgarin's 1951 Mercury

Pick-Up Grille Teeth
Noel Thomas' 1950 Ford Club Coupe
Wally Ruby's 1955 Chevrolet

Dick Colarossi's 1940 Ford Coupe

Henrik Forss' Bucket T

Rear End:
Bob Hagerty's 1931 Ford Model A Tudor Sedan - Jade East

Bill Smith's 1934 Ford Roadster Custom


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