First real custom
In 2020 Patrick told Sondre Kvipt of Kustomrama that his first real custom was his dream car, a 1949 Mercury 2 door sedan that he bought in 1957. "Starting from the front end I frenched the headlights, molded in the grille opening, rounded the hood corners, shaved the hood added Appleton spotlights, shaved the door handles, filled in the gas cap opening, frenched in 1954 Chevrolet taillights set horizontally, "C" framed the frame so it was lowered to within 2 inches of the ground, added full-length side headers, flipper hubcaps, and a tuck and roll interior." It was the most bitching car at his high school Patrick confirmed in 2020.
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