Chip thought the 400 SBC, fresh from a wrecked ’78 Z-28, might fit perfectly into something a little tarnished, a little uncouth, a little ratty.
Builds and customs, first rides, OEM customs and concepts including Chevrolet, Ford, GM, Chrysler, Dodge, hot rods, and classics.
This is a very clean, straight, restored Camaro.
The 1970s were a transitional period in automotive styling and paint work. New, wild techniques for creating custom paint jobs were being discovered and displayed on show cars.
The relationship between Bruce and the Olds has been a good one, and a long one… nearly 20 years running.
In the Bauers’ care, this ultra rare Mopar will enjoy many more years of gentle ownership.
“Little Thirsty” is an original, Galen Govier documented, “M-code” special order 1969 1/2 Dodge Coronet Super Bee with the A12 package.
It doesn’t take a billion in the bank or a motor out of a stock car to make an interesting hot rod build – just a proven platform, the right parts, and some tasteful styling.
This chopped, fire-breathing Willys was the result of a love for cars and a dedication to craft.
I usually get a tie or a bottle of wine for my birthday. In July 2001, Guy received a 1973 Plymouth Cuda from his wife, Debbie.
This speedy Eliminator tribute comes complete with build sheet.