I’ll keep this short and sweet. This car may not be everyone’s style but we all can without a doubt acknowledge the work put into it. Years upon years of teaching himself how to do completely one-off custom work is a really inspiring story to those who dream to build cars. If he can do it, with the right attitude, anyone can.
I hope my brother doesn’t mind me posting this up. But after taking a look at his garage, I had to take a picture to share with you guys. What you see here is a 1967 Chevy Camaro on a rotisserie, currently on it’s side. My brother made the rotisserie himself. In front of that is a crashed 2010 Camaro that he will be using everything from to swap over into the ’67. Add in some motorcycle plastics, a VR motor, a 427 and a motorcycle motor out of view and you have a pretty legit garage. I can’t wait til he starts working on the ’67. He isn’t working on it now because in the driveway he has a Porsche 944 he is building. Hopefully that will be done in a week or so. Pictures to come.