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Some interesting vehicles at  this show. 
If you're into custom cars, for sure you'll love these. 
A few snaps from this year's Detroit Autorama:  
               
 '30 coupe; one of the dramatic vehicles parked up front to catch everyone's attention  
as they walk  in. 

 

"Rocket ship"  T-bird 

 

George Barris was brought in by the promoters with a few of his historic  cars. 

 

"Boondocker" Datsun pickup. Hey, it's all for the entertainment! 

 

1933  Ford 

 

Chip Foose "P-32"  roadster, using a Lincoln Zephyr engine. Very nicely detailed,  typical of Foose, 
but the exhaust outlets on the engine side  panels are phony because the Zephyr V12 had only 4 exhaust ports on  each side; 
end ports serviced one cylinder each but the siamesed  middle ports serviced 2 cylinders each, just like Ford  V8s. 

 

The  promoters brought along a few "historic" rods; these are from the  '60s. 

 

Tube  frame chassis is blue. Suspension is by air over shock (you can see  the air bladder at the top of the shocks). 
Common hot-rod signature elements: supercharger on top of engine, topped by  injector and enormous air scoop at/above  windshield. 

 

A very nice, clean, '32  roadster with a '33 in the background. 

 

Henry J. station wagon  I'm not sure if they made any or if this guy created one from a  sedan.. Typical of the "tail dragger" genre. 

 

BMW Isetta with an  engine swap. 

 

Classic Cadillac,  inspired by Big Daddy Roth. 

 

Oldsmobile with full  "jack" treatment. 

 

'37  Ford. 

 

T-roadster with  classic midget racer grille. 

 

Art Deco  "Decoliner" Lincoln Zephyr with styling cues like a Delahaye is  designed to allow the similarly styled motorcycle to be swallowed in  the back. 

 

 

Very nice, clean, 1951  Mercury custom. I later learned the two women (behind the car in  this view) in car-hop uniforms and platform pumps are  twins. 

 

Replica of Barney  Oldfield's Miller "golden submarine" race car, but a bit smaller  scale and narrower. 



A '32; one of many  very nice local cars brought by their owners. 



Ridler  award-winning Willys (for best rod shown for first time in Detroit   ).. Builder being interviewed for Meguiar's Cary Crazy TV. 
One of  the secrets of TV production: interviewer has back of shirt  clothes-pinned so front fit will look best for  TV. 



Cadillac that had  enormous body length. Looked like a stock body shell, but nicely  customized and painted 2-tone yellow. 



Buick Skylark concept  car, brought from a museum in Flint , Michigan   . 



Modern Cadillac-based  roadster designed by Wayne Cherry, past head of GM  styling. 



1956 Chrysler 300B,  lowered with big wheels. 



"Rat Rods" are in the  basement. This is unusually well finished for the "rat" category,  with a Jaguar engine, Ford T woody body, antique lights and fan,  etc. 

 

"Rat  bike" with Triumph engine. 



The air scoop on this  one is perfect. Rat rods are made with great  imagination. 



Rat roadster with nice,  but smaller, air scoops and period-perfect ('50s)  whitewalls. 



V-12 Lincoln Zephyr  power. This was in the "rat" category, but very nicely  done. 



Nice taillight  treatment ('56 Buick?) on this rat 4-door. Even the rope stanchions  are nicely done. 
A little difficult to see the big vertical  exhaust stack up front in this view, but it's wired with a spark  plug near the top of the tube, 
presumably to ignite flames  shooting high into the night sky. 



A few of the  trophies. 




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