21 Comments

  1. Joe’s Chevelle is my choice as its the only one not overdone, other than the Belair.

  2. Brian’s 1971 Oldsmobile 442 gets my vote for understated power: the integration of the scoop flows with the general lines of the car. The stance is subtly aggressive and the gold is just enough to set off the overall black without stealing its thunder.

  3. Bretts 69 Fairlane. Sleeper?

  4. Brent’s Fairlane, always have liked that car. Nice and clean lines

  5. Brandon’s 57 chev 210

  6. Brandon’s 57 chev 210

  7. Mopar fanatic. Dam Brandon’s Belair is sweet.Its almost mopar lime green in the shade.

  8. I like the 64 ford ranchero. Those are fairly small and light, easy to hop up, and that one just plain looks good, Lot of work hours went it. Its a blast from the past. It might even blow thwe doors off of many of the cars in here.\
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  9. Jimmy Steiner says:

    I like the 69 Ford Fairlane

  10. Denise Samson says:

    Brandon’s 57 Belair – nice ride!

  11. Jenny Reeves Woods says:

    Brandon’s 1957 Chevrolet 210

  12. Definitely Brandon’s ‘57!

  13. Jenny Reeves Woods says:

    Brian’s 1971 Oldsmobile 442

  14. Tami’s 56 Chevy

  15. Dave’s 71 super bee

  16. Clint coggins says:

    56 Chevy bellair

  17. John’s Ranchero!

  18. Joe’s 1966 Chevrolet Chevelle! Beautifully done, but not overdone. I’d love to take it for a spin one day.. one can dream, right?

  19. Brent’s 1969 Ford Fairlane! My Tuscaloosa mobile car wash just worked on restoring the exterior paint on a 69′ Ford Fairlane, but I can’t seem to find the car anywhere online.

    Take good care of that beauty, Brent! I really wish that I had one in my garage… 🙂

  20. Brandon’s 1957 Chevrolet 210! My Tuscaloosa pressure wash company just worked on cleaning the driveway for the owner. He’s such a great guy, but he has an even nicer car! Thanks for sending me to this page, Brandon. Stay frosty!

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