Rick Dore Kustoms

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Rick Dore's 1953 Buick Super Riviera - "Breathless"
James Hetfield's 1936 Auburn Speedster of San Francisco, California. Restyled by Rick Dore at Rick Dore Kustoms, the car is known as "Slow Burn". The build was completed in 2010, and it made its debut at the 2010 Grand National Roadster Show.
James Hetfield's Aquarius is a coachbuilt custom by Rick Dore Kustoms. Featuring a handformed body by Marcel's Custom Metal, the build made its first public appearance in January of 2015, at the 66th annual Grand National Roadster Show in Pomona, California.
Glen McElroy's 1937 Ford Roadster. Named "After Shock," the car was built by Rick Dore Kustoms. The build was completed in 2016.
Rick Dore's Illusion. The Illusion is a coachbuilt custom by Rick Dore Kustoms. It features a hand-formed body by Luc De Ley of Marcel's Custom Metal. The car made its debut at the 2019 Grand National Roadster Show in Pomona, California in January of 2019.


Rick Dore Kustoms is located California, and is operated by Rick Dore. Rick Dore Kustoms were previously located in Arizona.[1]

Cars Built by Rick Dore Kustoms

James Hetfield's Aquarius
Rick Dore's 1934 Ford Roadster
James Hetfield's 1936 Auburn Speedster - Slow Burn
Glen McElroy's 1937 Ford Roadster - After Shock
James Hetfield's 1937 Lincoln Zephyr - "Voodoo Priest
Rick Dore's 1949 Cadillac Sedanette - Majestic
Rick Dore's 1953 Buick Super Riviera - "Breathless"
Rick Dore's 1957 Buick - The Lavender Persuasion
Rick Dore's Illusion


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