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An entry from Fragments*

Modernized Rat Rod

Chip Foose's space-age hotrod, called simply the Foose Coupe, is an exercise in the extremes of automotive design and materia.

Turned-about: The design...this is just the bomb....would love to have this set-up

On the road in a Woodie A woodie (also rendered as woody) is the popular term for a car body style - especially a station wagon - where the rear bodywork is constructed of wood framework with infill.

benealex: “BMW Classic ”

My latest feature in the January issue of Performance BMW Magazine: Mike's synchronized builds are truly marvelous.

47 Chevy

car art nouveau in purple 1937 Chevy Coupe Drive Buys: Cute Car Products - Photo Credit: Mitch Mandel www.

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WWII era Ford truck, pre body style, in a sky blue on a dirt road in the fall hauling a cafe racer motorcycle - this scene is just perfect!

Cool bumper car

Yes, you read that right; these little beasties are street legal. Either Kawasaki or Honda motorcycle engines for power, and retired vintage bumper car bodies - transformed into the most awesome form of mini-car we've ever seen.

アール・デコ全盛時代に一世を風靡したレトロフューチャーな流線型の自動車12選 - DNA

Circa 1933 Holland Coachcraft van on a Commer chassis

“1947年製EV「たま」” https://sumally.com/p/793302?object_id=ref%3AkwHNPvaBoXDOAAwa1g%3AqSRX

The 1947 Tama from Japan. An early electric car. It had a DC Electric Motor rated at running from a Lead/Acid Battery at and had a 22 mile range per full charge and top speed of

「The Art of the Automobile」 Bugatti 57 SC Atlantic Coupé

RALPH LAUREN|「The Art of the Automobile」展開催 ギャラリー

The Ralph Lauren Collection 1938 Bugatti 57 SC Atlantic Coupe - The magnesium body could not be brazed nor welded, hence the distinctive riveted spine.

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55 Chevy Wagon, two tone blue with white roof, lowered,side exhaust, red rims with wide white walls

This was my car after high school. Brings back good memories.