The guys over at Illuminati Motor Works have uploaded a new video showing how the concept car “Seven” is taking shape. The way they describe the building process it reminds me of the way
Ed “Big Daddy” Roth use to build his Show Cars.
Read about the
concept artwork I created for Illuminati Motor Works.
Hey, did you know that when you flip a Dodge Viper logo upside down the viper looks like Daffy Duck’s face? Interesting!
[Via Bits & Pieces]
It is interesting to see how logos change over time. I found a site that has a page titled “Car logos evolution”. The page has the changing logos of Mercedes, Renault, Volkswagen, Cadillac, Mitsubushi, Buick, BMW, Ford, Mazda, Fiat, Audi, Alfa Romeo and Peugeot.
The Cadillac logos on the page only covers the actual coat of arms to the first trademarked logo. Here is an image that covers the
Cadillac logos form 1902 – 1999. Just this month Cadillac rolled out an updated logo design.
These are pictures of John’s Vintage Dragster that
he said he was going to send for me to post. Thanks John!!
This is a short video I took of a Chevy Truck revving on the dyno at the Midwest All Truck Nationals on September 12, 2009 in Riverside, MO. It’s also my first attempt at uploading a video to YouTube.
It hurts to see a classic car getting smashed up but I must admit that when I see crash test videos, I have always wondered how an older car would hold up.
This video was done by the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety to celebrate it’s 50th anniversary. They paired up a 1959 Chevrolet Bel Air and a 2009 Chevy Malibu.
If you’re thinking the Bel Air with its size and big chrome bumper will hold its own, get ready for a surprise.
I really enjoy looking at the Woodward Dream Cruise photo collections
Autoblog.com puts together each year. In case you missed them, I created a list below.
In the 2009 summer edition of
, I am featured as one of the artists in the “UNIQUE Artists” section. Garage Style Magazine
This issue marks the one year anniversary for the magazine.
They feature outstanding examples of state-of-the-art garages as well as other type of garages and shops. They have an article on Roy Brizio’s South San Francisco shop in this issue.
One of the articles I enjoyed was about Corky Coker and how he started Coker Tire Company. They also have automobile reviews, book reviews, a buyer’s guide, and much more.
You can see an
index of the current issue online along with a few sample PDFs for you to download.
I want to include a special thank you to Don Weberg the Editor-Publisher for asking me to be a part of this anniversary issue!!!
See more of the
automotive magazines I have been featured in over the years!
Car Lust had a great article on the
Munster Koach and the Drag-u-la this week.
The Munster Koach and the Drag-u-la were created by
George Barris for the TV show called The Munsters.
In the article, the engine for the Koach is a 300-horsepower 289 Ford Cobra V-8 and the Drag-u-la has a 289 with 350-horsepower.
Both of these custom cars can be seen together in the episode titled “Hot Rod Herman”. “Hot Rod Herman” is one of my favorite “Munsters” episodes and one of the first TV shows I purchased for my iPod.
Read the full article at