Kustom Nats ’18, Part II. Phillip Island.
Still sitting at the library typing this up. Well not still, like, it’s been over a week, I would move in here happily though just sayin’. I’ve been a little busy and pre-occupied with organising the course I’m doing this year which may be a surprise to alot of people but it will be cert III in Horticulture. I’ve wanted a job in parks & gardens for so long and seeing as horticulture is the same as the parks & gardens course but receives funding, I decided to bite the bullet and enrol. Never too late right? Well, 28 probably isn’t that old to most either… I don’t know what made me want to go in this direction but I think it’s something to do with how I always used to find myself hanging around the grounds of heritage listed and historic estates such as Werribee Park and Como House etc., that made me decide I think I want to work here and it’s been something which has lingered in my head for a couple of years but I never jumped up to do something about it until now. I also got a new job to work between the studying which fortunately is in a plant nursery so making steps in the right direction I think (don’t worry, content shouldn’t slow down here).
Anyway, with the Saturday of Kustom Nats being wayyy too hot to attend, which is the day I spent here getting Part I of KN18 up, I went for Sunday, which also became a little warm but not too unbearable. Here’s Part II, enjoy.
Opening photo and below: The first car I came across when I stepped down from the bridge into the paddock was this not so kustom gold 911 on polished Fuchs. Still really awesome to see, and unexpected.
I probably should have done some research but this appears to be an imported genuine 60’s built custom F100. Still wearing the Califonian plates.
Above & Below: Mat Egan’s heavily customised 54 Customline which he brought over with him from the States.
Above: Looking like something out of Two Lane Blacktop was this Nomad wagon on Cragars.
Just an LS converted Beetle, nothing to see here…. on a serious note, can we stop with the LS swap everything now. I think this guy won anyway.
Above: Proof small things such as mirror placement even, can make a huge difference.
Bagged period correct Continental.
Wood chop chop.
Coupster over from WA for Antique Tyres.
I think I’ve put pics of ”Dodg 60” up here before but how can you not want more?
Below: Anglia Gasser looking straight out of 1970 England
Below: I’ll finish on a finished shot of the Spinner woody, roof chopped and sat back on, only around 2 inches or so removed but it makes a huge difference to the lines.