Our feature story this week is a trick 1946 Ford two-door coupe. Before it was the cool airbagged, flame-throwing custom it is today, it started off as a tired, flat-black shell, stored in a rural Indiana barn. It lacked an engine and full interior but it proved to be just the perfect canvass for hot rod builder Milo Iglesias to work his magic.
Check back to see the full transformation.
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