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Gordy Brown built Customs

"House Of Customs" by Gordy Brown
Custom Shop in San Fernando in the 1960's
albums: 4
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Gordy Brown 54 Ford Skyliner - Deja Vu
Album was created 7 years 7 months ago and modified 4 years 7 months ago
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    Gordy Brown 1954 Ford Skyliner Restoration

    Originally built by Gordy Brown in the late 1950's. He is now restoring the car back to how it looked back then.

    Album was created 5 years 7 months ago and modified 5 years 7 months ago
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    Gordy Brown 1951 Ford Victoria
    Album was created 7 years 7 months ago and modified 2 months ago
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    Gordy Brown 1937 Hudson Pick Up
    Album was created 6 years 9 months ago and modified 2 years 2 months ago
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    Fine Wine 1954 Ford

    Designed by Gordy Brown. Owned by John Burke.

    Album was created 2 years 7 months ago and modified 2 years 7 months ago
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    1970 Chevelle S/S - Gordy Brown
    Album was created 4 years 7 months ago and modified 4 years 7 months ago
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    1954 Ford Glasstop II - Gordy Brown

    1954 Ford Skyliner or "my '54 Candy Red Glasstop" as Gordy likes to refer to it.
    Gordy customized ...more

    this car when he lived in Salt Lake City Utah where he shaved the body of all the emblems and door handles. He also cleaned up the bumpers by welding the bumper holes and smoothing out the bumpers. He wanted to get a real clean look so he also took of the bumper guards and reshaped the flat section on the bumper that hold the guards so that he now had a really clean shaved bumper. It looks great, but only few people knew that it involved a lot of work. His next step was the grille which he replaced with a 1954 Chevy unit with to which he added 10 extra teeth for a total of 15 teeth. The stock Ford surround was molded to the body and he rounded the hood corners in the process. Gordy replaced the stock headlights with a set of 1955 Oldsmobile headlights which required some reworking on the front fenders first. At the rear Gory added 1956 Oldsmobile 98 taillights in modified rear fenders.Gory also removed the stock side trim and replaced it with a lot cleaner looking unit from a 1954 Mercury. The rear quarter panels were modified with the ever popular three spears on the extruding panel. But not before Gordy opened up the fake scoop and made it a functional one. Before Gordy added the wonderful Candy Apple red paint he lowered the car to sit perfectly level on a set of fine line white wall tires and chrome wheels with spider caps. The interior was done in bright white with matching red.

    Album was created 4 years 11 months ago and modified 4 years 7 months ago
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    1940 Sectioned Convertible

    1940 Mercury with a 1939 Front end grafted on.
    Formerly owned by John Williams, then Jerry Mack of Bend, Oregon.
    Now (2009) owned by Gordy Brown of Centerville, Utah

    Album was created 7 years 7 months ago and modified 7 years 7 months ago