Masterson Kustom Automobiles
Masterson Kustom Automobiles is a custom shop run by Brad Masterson out of the old Dean Jeffries' shop at 11070 Atlantic Ave, located next door to the old Barris premises at 11054 Atlantic Ave in Lynwood, California. He is born and raised in Sacramento, but pursued his way to Los Angeles to work for George Barris. Brad wanted to learn the art of leading, and working like they did in the 1940s and 1950s, but George did not work with those method no longer, so he sent Brad of to the famous Leadslinger, Bill Hines down in Long Beach. Eventually in 2007, he opened up his own shop in Dean Jeffries old shop, next to the Barris Kustoms. He turned the front part of the premises into a museum, while the backyard is being used for building traditional kustom cars.
Cars Restyled by Masterson Kustom Automobiles
Brad Masterson`s 1923 Ford - The Shit-T
Riky Barnes' 1923 Ford - The Irresponsible T
Danny Kazarian's 1937 Chevrolet
Baby Ray's 1941 Mercury
Kevin Johnson's 1946 Chevrolet
Dane Stilfield's 1949 Chevrolet Fleetline
Rodney Wilson's 1949 Chevrolet Fleetline
Dave Chavez' 1949 Ford Business Coupe
Matt Archibald's 1949 Ford
Gary Willoughby's 1950 Ford
Sean Mason's 1950 Ford
Brad Masterson's 1951 Chevrolet Fleetline
Jack Rudy's 1952 Chevrolet
Mike Lewis' 1955 Cadillac
George Garcia's 1958 Ford Ranchero
Brian Everett's 1959 Ford Ranchero
Bucky Crispin's 1960 Oldsmobile Super 88
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