The roadsters were out in force for the 50th Anniversary of the L.A. Roadsters Show, but that was just a small sample of the fantastic vehicles that came out for the show.

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One of the most breathtaking kustoms at the show was this 1949 Ford by Jerr K Designs.

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This has one crazy hood design, which reminds me of the Dodge truck split hoods.

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Residing between the hoods is a fabulous custom devil girl hood ornament.

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Custom spider web inner fender wells add to the beauty of this kustom.

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The devilish details run throughout this car from front to back, even the side of the door is painted with a custom piece.

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These intense details carry through to the interior in so many ways – everywhere you look, there’s another custom surprise waiting to be discovered.

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The depth of the paint that Jerry Kransler put onto this car just can’t be put into words – or properly captured with photos – but we sure tried!

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The roof of this ’49 Ford is riddled with stunning red skulls that look like you could reach in and touch them, or even pick them up and hold them.

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Our hats are off to Jerry Kransler and his vision on wheels. This is what mobile art is all about!

There is more to come from the L.A. Roadster show – don’t change lanes!

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