1950 Ford Coupe - Custom - Oakland Beach - Warwick, RI by Jack McCabe
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1950 Ford Coupe - Custom - Oakland Beach - Warwick, RI by 


1950 Ford Coupe
FEATURED in the Where On Earth Is This Group on 2011.04.02

Some custom modifications, headlights rims removed and lamp receded, hood emblem removed, special paint trim and two color tone,
revised bumper design.

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2010, classic cars, custom cars, ford, rhode island, usa, warwick

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  • hfrymark
    hfrymarkabout 4 years ago

    Going to car shows always reminded me of looking at peacocks and flamingoes on parade, so much color and style

  • Never thought of it like that, but it does have the effect of bringing back a flood of memories for me!

    – Jack McCabe

  • madvlad
    madvladalmost 4 years ago

    i had a fifty one and painted it fire engine red haah it went 108 tops

  • I love this style and year too! The 50 and 51 for me were the coolest of the Fords! This one up there a stock with skirts and a bit of customizing around the headlights…sweet!

    – Jack McCabe

  • unclebeebo
    unclebeeboover 3 years ago

    A very tastefully done custom. They are so often “overdone”. This is a sedan actually, rather than a coupe as labeled. The coupe has a much shorter roofline with smaller rear side windows.

  • sarnia2
    sarnia2over 3 years ago

  • Awesome, that makes 4 featured works in one day wowsa ;)
    By the way “where on earth is this” happens that this car was shot up at Oakland Beach on the upper Narrgansett Bay, East Coast, along the Atlantic Ocean in New England in the State of Rhode Island and in the town of Warwick.
    Caring for autos is very difficult along the coast as they rust out quickly.

    – Jack McCabe

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