Just took pics of some cars that I’ve built but never photographed.
This Interceptor is a papercraft I’ve printed on heavy black paper, and build with some model car parts. A heavy rust and wash job complete the look.
This beach buggy started life as a 1953 Ford Crestline Victoria, dismantled after an accident and turned into a fun machine.
This Chevrolet 3100 pickup had a top chop and received a Chevy 502 paired with a Toronado transmission on the rear, along with a “solid axle” rear suspension (the powertrain is suspended with the wheels and axles)
That’s a Ford model A body over a '70 Corvette chassis, with a Chevy V8 and a custom intake for a Dodge Six Pack. And '57 Chevy headlights.
That’s one of my favorites. This Chevelle is owned by a desert dweller on a post apocalyptic enviroment. It runs on a watercooled electric motor powered by a solar panel over the top. The suspension is raised and the trunk is full of batteries for running in dark conditions. There’s a detailed stripped interior with a spare tyre and the power cables, along with a voltimeter on the dash. There’s also a crowbar for safety.
This one started life as a damaged AMT 57 Bel Air customizing kit. It’s waaay far from it now. The top was chopped and shortened, the body was raked and narrowed, and a supercharged 426 Hemi was dropped on it. Surprisingly, the chassis is completely stock, apart from the lowered front suspension.