We often hear of weddings taking place between a man and a woman, but, what do you get when you marry two cabs and a chassis that were never meant … Continue Reading 1954 Chevy COE Crew Cab – Eddie Dalton
I’m sure that you all have heard of Tasmania, right? I mean, it even has an animal named after it. I think I found that animal.
Read on, this very well may be the Tasmanian Devil, so, scroll down and read the article and see the pictures, if you dare!
The car has grown into its current state with many local people watching and seeing the transition. It’s hard to miss now and has a reputation around the car show circle of being very loud and nasty!
I have always loved the shape of the Camaro . The body lines were way ahead of their time .
We see memories.
We see bench seats
and dates riding close.
We see rides in the
back and feeling free.
We see country roads
with the windows down.
We see learning to
drive a stick, learning how to change oil and plugs.
We see a friend.
Yeah, they may see a truck, and they’d be right.
But we see our trucks. And they are beautiful.
Erin had no idea that the person she was about to date & spend the rest of her life with was actually a Custom Car builder and owned Ultrasoundz’ Car Audio & Customz’ in California, Nevada & Arizona.
Well, another year has gone by and we have had some milestones happen. This has been a good year for us, so, in an effort to recap what has been happening, let’s look back at last years review.
I found it in a field. I was 15 years old
I chose this vehicle because when I was 15, I a neighbor who had a 1940 Ford Coupe, black, 327, 4 speed with a Indian blanket interior. It was low, black and wicked. I wanted to build a similar car one day.
I’ve always wanted a hearse. They’re beautiful, unique, and versatile vehicles. They’re made to order, so no two are alike.
My favorite thing about the mid 60’s Superior made coaches, is the roof line. It gives them such a sexy silhouette.
My car was in driving condition with a basic small block Chevy . I drove it for a few years while gathering parts to make it a big tire ProStreet. In 2003 it was sent off to Kens Kustom Chassis in Reading Pa to get its big tire transformation.
I am the weirdo 11 months of the year and the cool person during the month of October,” Aguilar said of her car. “I was never afraid to stand out; I was always afraid to be the same as everyone else. Diversity has its strengths.
This thing is a never ending project and that’s fine by me, as long as I’m doing something to it, I’ll never get tired of it or get bored with it.