A few weeks ago I was introduced as a fabricator to a tattoo artist /hot rod guy. As I dont look like the typical California metal fabricator... He tried to test me. He said he built all these rad 1920's-1930s cars. Then he asked where, what and who I worked with. Since he was super "hot rod" I Just told him I had worked at Metalcrafters last year while doing projects with Chip Foose and Mike Alexander of the Alexander bros. Well, since he wouldn't know or care if i told him about the drift or time attack cars I've built. Of course he thought I was pulling his leg. I laughed and said I got nothing to prove to him nor anyone. Maybe next time I wont forget the Layrite pomade or whatever "hotrodders" use. I didn't build any of the cars to follow... However I did have the honor to work with them on other projects.
Line up of legends. Foose P-32 Lincoln, Mike Alexander jr's Camaro and the Alexander Bros. Barracuda. Two of which are in the Hot Rod Hall of Fame.
This car was originally built in 1966 as a Demo car for Plymouth/Chrysler. It was recently restored at Metalcrafters.
Like i said, legends.