Custom Emblem Gallery
Get a glimpse of some of the custom touches our customers have placed on their cars.
Chopped, dropped, sectioned, wedged and pinched , the ’38 Plymouth coupe on which this emblem rides is truly special. This Thirty Eight Special emblem set was created from scratch with the deco styling of 30’s era Plymouths as the root inspiration. It measures roughly 5.5” long.
This customer wanted something that was never offered from the factory. The original Thunderbird emblem was sent to us for reference and we redesigned it according to the customers sketches.
This emblem is machined bronze with chrome plating and a custom paint fill.
We worked with D&D Customs to create this one-of-kind emblem set for a hot rod that is used during half time shows at Oklahoma State University & Salislaw High School football games. The customer submitted a rough concept and website links to the existing school logos, then left it up to our designers to create a custom hybrid logo for their ride.
The end result is a cast brass emblem with high polish chrome and custom paint to match the vehicle.
The PH100 (pronounced fun-dred) is styled after original middle 60’s era Ford markings and has been tweaked to fit a mildly radical ’64 Ford F100 pickup. Color filled and produced in two sizes, this emblem appears on the cowl at 6.5” wide and on the valve covers and dash at 4.5” wide.
A slight tweak to an old classic. The original '57 Nomad emblem was shipped to us to reference the design. We remodeled it to match the original down to every last detail, even the original mounting pins.
This 2 emblem set is cast brass with 24K gold plating.