Kustom’s by Kent was created so I can record my projects and share them with you. I am a mechanical designer by day and an inventor by night. I am happiest when my hands are dirty, I’m elbow deep in a project, and working on my the latest idea. I hope you enjoy seeing what I’m working on and I am always willing to answer questions or provide additional details. Take a look around and let me know what you think!
1953 International R-182 COE Fuel Delivery Truck I added another COE truck, or Cab Over Engine, to the vehicle fleet! This COE truck was relatively "close" to home, and on auction, so I took the opportunity on an afternoon to go ...Read More
Pittsburgh Harbor Freight Tubing Roller & Upgrades I purchased this Harbor Freight tubing roller, Pittsburgh brand, to roll some tubes for a project. For initial testing, I used a piece of conduit, and was impressed at how easy it rolled, ...Read More
COE Trucks: My Top Favorites Cab Over Engine, or abbreviated as COE, trucks are some of my favorite trucks. There’s just something about the snub nose, the higher cab, and the engine packaged tightly underneath that give them a unique ...Read More
1950 Chevrolet COE: Stuck Engine & the Fix! When I was working with the previous owner of the COE, he said that part of the reason he was selling it was because the engine was stuck when he got it. ...Read More
All Terrain Track Chair (ATTC) Imagine for a minute that you have lost all function in your legs, and muscle loss in your upper body...think of all of the things that you take for granted that you can no longer ...Read More
All Terrain Track Chair (ATTC) Video Summary Here is a summary of the video's I've posted to youtube tracking the progress of ATTC. The most recent video is first, and goes back in time sequentially as you scroll down ...Read More