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A Baileigh Biography: Devious Customs

Historic Fabrication: Restoring Classic Continentals with Devious Customs

By Colton Warren | August 3, 2021 | 0

A broke kid with ambition and desire to build customs. That is how Jeff Davy, owner of Devious Customs, says he found his passion in fabricating and restoring custom cars.

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A Baileigh Biography: Hollywood Hot Rods

Respect Tradition, Challenge the Future: A Baileigh Biography of Hollywood Hot Rods

By Colton Warren | July 23, 2021 | 0

Troy Ladd leads the incredibly talented group of coach builders, fabricators, metal shapers and hot rod visionaries at Hollywood Hot Rods.

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Tour a Baileigh Industrial Dream Shop at Cornfield Customs

By Justin Cocchiola | June 4, 2021 | 0

Step inside Cornfield Customs, a Baileigh metalworking haven. Specializing in 1926 to 1934 Ford hot rods, street cars, and sheet metal shaping, Mike Wagner’s shop sits just outside of Cincinnati and is filled with Baileigh metalworking machines.

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Bobby Walden Puts Baileigh Metal Shaping Tools to the Test

By Mike at Baileigh | June 4, 2021 | 0

In a 14-episode video series, the great Bobby Walden of Walden Speed Shop tested a shop full of shiny Baileigh machines against his arsenal of legacy tools. Walden was curious to try our equipment, since, as he said, “People ask me all the time… ‘What tools are better? The old tools, the Yoder? The new…

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Vent Racing, A Father and Son Success Story

By admin@engag3.us | March 20, 2014 | Comments Off on Vent Racing, A Father and Son Success Story

Henny Baker and son Dekon have had quite the journey through the fabrication industry. Starting with humble beginnings in their garage, the two sheet metal workers tinkered with hot rods and trucks on the side. Building and modifying cars came easy and they were good at it; so good in fact that Dekon’s 1928 Model…

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