When you think of creating an American muscle car, for the most part, you think of building a mean, dark and badass car. I guess due to the history of muscle cars and it’s themes this is kind of just how it has been. It really hasn’t been until recently where builders have gotten really creative with color combinations with interiors and wheels. It think it’s awesome when we see new and different sides of how a car is built. Sometimes a look we would have never thought would have work, but does. The White Camaro below really shows your car can still look badass and not be black with blood red accents and a tattoo’d owner. Not that there’s anything wrong with that. With an awesome stance this Camaro is all class and badass.
I really love when I randomly run into awesome cars. When I’m with Kenny it’s like we both just won the lottery. It was crazy because that day we had been at the track all day and were completely exhausted, but when we saw these rat rods it completely woke us up and we almost instinctually turned around to snap some pics. I’ve seen rat rods before, but never in the raw, and never ever on Central Ave. in Yonkers. It was quite an experience.
I didn’t take many pics because I was too busy gawking, but here’s what I have.
Really busy today, so I had time to post up only one. This was an attention grabber for sure. Watanabe’s on some American muscle is definitely something you don’t see everyday. Actually I don’t think I’ve ever seen it. Wat’s seem to work like LM’s or SW’s that just work on any car it’s put on, regardless of the make.