How awesome would it be to roll down the street in this beauty? This lovely rendition of the Delahaye 136 by Lino M dates back to when design mattered, men wore hats and there was such a thing as "motoring", where just being out and about in the car was entertainment enough. I think in one of these, even today it would be enough, gorgeous.
In soviet Russia, hot rod modifies you (yeah, lame joke). Did you know Ford had a contract to produce cars for Russia based on the design for the '32 Deuce? Me either, and neither did builder Lino M, but what a source of inspiration for this radical chopped and lowered GAZ that came right out of the Russian space program.
Builder Lino M is getting into the spooky spirit of Halloween with this chillingly awesome and absolutely slammed 1967 Cadillac Coupe DeVille appropriately named Creepy Crawler. Of course it has opening doors, trunk and hood, as well as a detailed engine compartment. But my favorite detail has to be the Crazy Bricks skull hood ornament.
Normally you might use a pickup for hauling stuff. I mean, hay bales, party kegs, furniture and boxes and boxes of LEGO aren't going to deliver themselves. But in the case of this badass pickup by builder Lino M, it's purpose in life is to do two things: go very fast, and make a heck of a lot of noise while it does it.
You can practically hear inspirational music, smell the pine and see the magnificent vistas from some spectacular natural monument when you look at this adventure ready Ford Bronco from Lino M. It may be a bit dated, but it is no doubt classic American outdoors. Now for some reason I'm craving hot chocolate by a campfire while everyone else ruins marshmallows.