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We have relocated back to the Sunshine Coast and are developing a Willeze Coupe based on BA/BF Falcon to be available as a finished car or in kit form.
On the 14th August 1995, LDI Signs was started after Lindsay and Denise Houston sold L.A. Services which they had run for over 10 years after starting from under their house in Mudjimba. With the sign supply business out of the way, the decision was made to wind down a bit and go back to the love of painting and building cars and doing the occasional sign to help pay the bills. Ten years down the track again, having moved from Palmwoods to six and a quarter acres on the highway at Pomona, put their son Luke through as an apprentice signwriter they now have six full time employees and two part timers as well as themselves working flat out, producing wild paint jobs and assembling many customers vehicles to turnkey condition.
Expansion of the business is continuing with the adding of a spraybooth and a new 9m x 9m shed for completing and assembling of painted vehicles. Some recent vehicles of note are the paint and assembly of Cruzin Wagon, Paul McKennariey’s Hudson, Marshall Peron’s F100 and Butch Walkers’s Hudson.
Among some of their own cars created over the last 10 years include Redsled (1951 Plymouth Custom), Deadsled (trailer to match, Misled (1966 Cadillac Coupe), Ambosled (1949 Ford Ambulance), Bubsled (1960 Chev Bubble Top), NoSled (1934 Ford Coupe) and just for a change Coolmint (1946 Morris pickup). A 1963 GMC pickup will be completed shortly.
Our first sign 1977 Ferntree Gully, Victoria
Lineup of LDI Kreations at the 2006 Brisbane Hotrod Show featuring Darren’s 46 Ford, Ambushed, OldSled and HiroHud.
Update : 1st July 2008 After having the property purchased by QWI to build the Traveston Dam, L.D.I. Kustoms have had to downsize & relocate to D’Aguilar closer to Brisbane and can no longer offer the same services as in the past. we now import and offer American cars for sale as well as producing parts and memorabillia for sale.