1956 Lincoln Royal Empress by D’Agostino

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The man behind this custom car is John D’Agostino. He was never afraid of using unusual and expensive car to customize – 1956 Packard “Caribbean”,1957 Chrysler “Imperial Royale” and, of course, this magnificent 1956 Lincoln “Royal Empress”. The Empress impresses with its super custom fade paint job and rear tail lights that are fitted into reshaped rear fenders. Interior smells like a bis of 80’s 90’s but is luxurious enough for that time.
These photos aren’t of the original Empress – the car seems to be replica, ’cause the original one had simpler hub caps, but anyway it reflects the original quite good.

Photos: Rik Hoving Kustoms

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