Cole Foster ranks the 3 greatest customs of all time

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Cole Foster is a custom car and bike builder from Salinas, California. He is the owner of Salinas Boys Customs, and the son of Pat Foster. Cole is known for creating cars that are so clean they don't have lines - they simply flow

Custom car and bike builder Cole Foster of Salinas Boys Customs is known for creating cars that are so clean they don’t have lines - they simply flow. We asked Cole what his all Time Top 3 Customs are?

3. Billy F. Gibbons' 1948 Cadillac Sedanette - “The Cadzzilla

“It’s a modern custom, but number three on my list is Billy F. Gibbons' 1948 Cadillac Sedanette. It was built by Boyd Coddington's shop, and a lot of talented people worked on the car. It gave customs a big boost, and it took the stigma away that customs were poorly built bondo barges.”

2. Duane Steck's 1954 Chevrolet Bel Air - “The Moonglow

“Number two on my list would be ”The Moonglow1954 Chevy. Built in Duane Steck’s driveway, it was the custom that for sure inspired me to build my 54 hardtop.”

1. Nick Matranga's 1940 Mercury Coupe - “The Matranga Merc

“Number one in my book would be the Sam Barris built 1940 Merc. The car has beautiful lines, and a beautiful roofline. Just a classy car. Very timeless!”

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