I'm on a mission with this project and it often means that I have to draw a car that I'm not exicted about (1980 Corona anyone?) but sometimes I take a day for myself. Today is that day. What a beautiful car, the AMG GT. Somehow it's saturated with sex appeal but remains masculine in it's proportions. Someone drop this car off for me to keep. Please?
How many trick AE102 wagons can you find in a pinch? Well, I didn't even have to search because @jay.ae102 gave me a shout right at the moment I was about to dig one up. His is dripping in yellow plastidip and wearing some Whistler KR7s. Follow along as he begins a motor swap that will turn the grocery getter into a sleeper.
Hey @mycorona780, want to see what your car looks like without the patina? Not as good, actually. I spent a couple hours on this illustration and I am too lazy to add the patina. Maybe I'll get around to it later. Car looks great, man!
Jesse's seventh-generation Celica in Solar Yellow is a clean example of the genre.
I'm not even sure that I need to write anything today, the illustration says it all. The Vanagon Crew Cab Pickup, or Doppelkabine in Germany, is not exactly a common sight here in Portland. Add school bus yellow-orange paint, a lightbar and some thirty-inch tires and you have a very unique rig.
Commission 16/26 (car #18/26) for Doug S in Portland OR. An avid windsurfer and even bigger penny pincher, this Caddy was purchased for dedicated windsurfing duty. Trips around the northwest were comfortable with the couch-like seats and supple suspension.
Commission 3/26 (car #6/26) for Doug S in Portland OR. This was a replacement for their '68 Barracuda fastback, but now they could actually open the rear hatch to access the storage area while getting better gas mileage during the US oil crisis. The Swedes called this version of the P1800 the Fiskbilen, or the Fish Wagon.
Finally knocked out all US generations of the Land Cruiser with this FJ40, owned by ih8mud.com forum member 70 FJ40, and fellow Oregonian over in Ontario.