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Discussion in 'Traditional Customs' started by Gamlebilrokker, Oct 25, 2013.
I am signed up for two shows for the Mysterion this year.
The first is @ the Los Angeles Classic Auto Show at the LA Convention Center, March 2-5. My car will be on the prestigious 'Grand Boulevard'!
The second showing is in Bakersfield at the NSRA Western Nationals, April 27-29. It will be on display in one of the vendor buildings.
Atomic Punk Is Out of this world !
I'LL Second that !
My favorite Roth car ( MYSTERION ) Awesome !
(Images from SteveMcKelvie)
Here's a good link to Eric Goodrich's 'The Iron Lung" ('65 T-bird !!! )
I like this one.
Starbird's "Galaxy X2000" Buick Riviera.
Best bubble shot ever!
It is quite a collection. I only wish there had been more room for the guy to get more of them in the shot.
American Pickers - Double Bubble Trouble
Darryl Starbird - Forcasta
Ultimus - El Bubblemino
1941 Horch Cabriolet.
Saw that car at a show about 8 or 10 years ago. Pretty cool in and of itself, but then to think they made that whole body out of plexi when plastics were pretty brand new technology.
Wow! Looks like a photo I took around 58 or 59 and I think it is my photo.
Have you seen Larry Grossman's Roth poster? Larry does fantastic work, go look at his site. He can put your car into any scene. He works from photographs and Photo Shop. Amazing work.
I wonder what he charges for something like that (can't be cheap, too much work involved!). I'm a big fan of his work, never realized I could have my car in one of his pieces.
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If you dig thru his site he lists prices for his work. Definitely art prices but as I recall not as bad as you might think. Don't remember what one costs but seemed at the time to be within the realm of a serious hot rodder's budget.
395.00 for one car. http://www.retrovisions.com/custom.htm
that is cool
Fantastic it's still around!
And it's so true what you say about the brand new technology...Plexiglas was invented in the thirties, so they hit the ground running with this one!
Got to love the HAMB!
I wonder what the curb weight of this thing is???
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