Mild Customs in Texas

After the Lone Star Round Up we like to shoot a few cars. This year was no different.

We already knew we wanted to shoot "Flat Top" Bob & Linda Owens' (from Owens Salvage) recently refreshed 1961 Buick but had no idea that Flat Top Bob would be rolling with Ryno's most recent build, a smooth 1962 Cadillac. We think the 2 compliment each other quite well, especially with the recent smooth Mike Howell paint jobs.

The Golden Goddess & Nadine soaking up the sun.

The Golden Goddess & Nadine soaking up the sun.

nadine
TrueSpokes and Vogues

TrueSpokes and Vogues

The Owens' Buick looks good on "Starwires."

The Owens' Buick looks good on "Starwires."

Nadine shines bright.

Nadine shines bright.

A fresh interior which compliments the exterior.

A fresh interior which compliments the exterior.

No bad angle.

No bad angle.

Ryno's "Golden Goddess" all laid out.

Ryno's "Golden Goddess" all laid out.

Beautiful custom steering wheel.

Beautiful custom steering wheel.

Clean

Clean

Silky smooth

Silky smooth

Sweet Nadine

Sweet Nadine

The sun sets on Golden Goddess.

The sun sets on Golden Goddess.

We were also able to sneak in a quick photo shoot on Jeff Warner's latest acquired cool mild custom 1964 Riviera.

Supremes and a cool blue paint job.

Supremes and a cool blue paint job.

Clean custom grill.

Clean custom grill.

Mild custom painted panels.

Mild custom painted panels.

It doesn't take much to make these Riviera look good.

It doesn't take much to make these Riviera look good.

Until our next trip to Texas...

Thanks for looking!