Here some more shots, I know some asked for. These were shots me and my son took for Mopar Action which did a 6 page spread in the last issue
That is one sexy beast.
Chip Foose is the man, no question about it. The guy knows his stuff, and he seems like a really nice guy in person too. I love what he does with cars by taking old ones and modernizing the crap out of them, but still retaining aesthetics.
Awesome to have you on the forum!
Yeah, I need to get a pistol grip shifter.
Beautiful car !! Love the old school look.
Wow! Really sweet ride
06 3.5L Cool Vanilla
MODS 22 inch Boss 304 rims, dual exhaust, E&G mesh grill, chrome side mirrors, tinted front and back windows, lowered, AFE Stage 2 CAI, BT custom front hood emblem, BT rear emblem, BT pistol grip shifter knob, BT designer series knobs, BT custom visor disguisers, 8000K HIDs, hood struts, demolded, many more to come....
Chip Foose is a God in the custom auto industry. Its always been a dream of mine to be OverHauled, even though I don't own classic iron. Even with late model his stuff is a work of art. I would be honoured to have my rides done the Foose way!
great ride, dont know how I missed this thread. Keep it clean and enjoy it... I would!
22" TIS 03's on Toyo Proxes, Tint,Rear Window Spoiler, Chrome door pillars and moldings, clear markers, LED Taillights, Clarion touchscreen, JBL 4 channel AMP, Components and 6X9's, Stinger Cap, AAC interior LEDs
My site http://www.cardomain.com/ride/2973208
Everytime I see the old Chally I'm reminded how elegant and cool it looks with the wheels tucked into the wheel wells. I saw the new one on the freewaythe other day and honestly it doesnt have nearly the same charm as the orginal, it looks like a bloated, souless wannabe. I can just imagine how careless and cool it would feel to ride in the old one without a B pillar and a real steering wheel, not the minivan looking wheel in the new one. Plus the 800lbs difference and the 392 must make that thing a real rocket.
man that is a gorgeous car!
I own a new one and wished I had one of the old muscle car rides. I have to be satisfied that my new Challenger has a great heritage exemplified by your beautiful Foose custom Challenger. If you’re ever in Houston Texas comtact the SpaceCityLX.com club because they would love to see this ride. Congratulations
a co-worker is rebuilding his '74. if it turns out 1/2 as nice as yours, he'll be rollin' in style. that's one awesome car. thanks for bringing it to LXforums.