- 1 Blastolene B702, by Randy Grubb for Blastolene
- 2 Cadillac Coupe "Sophia"By John D'Agostino
- 3 Dodge Charger "Tantrum"By SpeedKore Performance Group
- 4 Dodge Deora, by the Alexander Brothers
- 5 Ice Cream Truck, by Mister Cartoon
- 6 Old Crow Bellytank by Old Crow Speed Shop
- 7 Orbitron, by Ed Roth
- 8 Speedster, by Eagle
- 9 The Galaxian, on Paradise Road
- 10 The reactor, Gene Winfield
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Blastolene B702, by Randy Grubb for Blastolene
If you know Jay Leno and his fondness for cars (extensísimo has a garage), you know that the Blastolene It is one of its most precious jewels. And it is precisely this work done by the US coach Randy Grubb over a Blastolene B702 which features a mix of classic and futuristic style. Under that sleek blue "Deep Midnight" a body crafted in aluminum, with a striking glass grill blue and maroon leather interior hides.
Cadillac Coupe "Sophia"By John D'Agostino
Clean shapes and the rear wheels completely covered by the bodywork, this creation John D'Agostino on a Cadillac Coupe was appointed "Sophia" in homage to Sophia Loren television. That color "white mint" from the outside, as you can imagine, hides the passenger compartment is also transferred.
Dodge Charger "Tantrum"By SpeedKore Performance Group
This preparation of "SpeedKore Performance Group" It has given new life to a Dodge Charger 70s… with a boat motor! Its power is extreme, 1,650 CV, more than you would need a car as well. Besides its body is made of carbon fiber, so it is very, very light. A real bullet was warmly received at SEMA 2015, where he received an award for best "muscle-car" quote.
Dodge Deora, by the Alexander Brothers
Watch out! If you do not know the legendary Dodge Deora, sure the image plays a trick on you. It's about a particularly pick-up in 1965 created by brothers Mike and Larry Alexander, considered by many tuneado the most famous car ever. But beware, because at first glance you can believe it has a huge nose and you just have lagged behind, but it's the other way around. This preparation was performed on a Dodge A100 and even had its replica as toy Hot Wheels.
Ice Cream Truck, by Mister Cartoon
Yes it's him ice cream truck, in this case with the touch of celebrity tattoo artist Mister Cartoon, whose seal can be seen on the skin of people like Beyoncé, Kobe Bryant or the triple world champion Formula 1 Lewis Hamilton. Mister Cartoon has caught their sprays and He painted an ice cream truck 1963, and the result is his "own version of the chocolate factory of Willy Wonka," said the author of these paintings.
Old Crow Bellytank by Old Crow Speed Shop
Fact from a fuel tank of a jet fighter of World War II, a Lockheed, They have been installed Ford 1932 engine and a 18-inch finish planted. Flashy, right? Good detail have kept the original colors.
Orbitron, by Ed Roth
No, not the car created by Homer Simpson in one of the first seasons of popular TV series. East Orbitron 1964, retouched by Ed Roth (Who died 15 years ago), it has a cabin covered by a plastic bubble. It looks like a dragster car of the future, with three flashy lights on the front, a red color, one green and one blue.
Speedster, by Eagle
Sure it is the most recognizable of all: A Jaguar E-Type, but not one either. British company Eagle He tuneando and has been putting his unique stamp to the E-Type for the past 30 years; However, for this particular unit for an American client "a bit special", it took almost 4000 hours of manufacture and assembly.
The Galaxian, on Paradise Road
The rarest, probably, from this list. He Japanese coach "Paradise Road" completely transformed one Ford Model T! (Yes, as you read) of 1928 and he remained in the guise you see in the image. Colorful body better not to talk, but recognize that you have a spectacular aspect. You want it? You'll have to shell out one million dollars to have it in your garage.
The reactor, Gene Winfield
This curious creation called Reactor, created manually by the US coach Gene Winfield, It was created long ago taking as Citroen DS basis. Surely you've seen on the big screen: He made its appearance in films such as "Batman," "Mission Impossible" and "Star Trek".
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