Monday, August 29, 2011


This wicked white-on-white wide-body Camaro SS, built in Forgiato Wheels' machine shop for company co-founder Norman Celik, features a ProCharger supercharged V8 engine, outrageous one-off nose and tail treatments, a trick body-tuning kit and sweet color-matched 24-inch Forgiato wheels. The mods give the Camaro an otherworldly look that is just spooky.

Created by custom coach-builder Rossi Motors, this wild mechanical hybrid is part classic automobile, part modern marvel. Dubbed the SixtySix, it pays homage to the 1966 Corvette Stingray, but is built around a completely modern Corvette C6 chassis and equipped with a 450-horsepower LS3 V8 engine. The body is custom-made with generous amounts of carbon fiber and fiberglass to give the car a daring, retro-cool look. The split rear window is probably the car's most noticeable and classic feature.

This piercing blue 1939 Ford stands out from the crowd when owner Jim Bible cruises down Main Street in his hometown of Omega, Ga. Its low-slung stance could tempt the most devout into all sorts of sin. Built by Tom Pagano of Sacramento, Calif., this Blue Oval classic features custom handcrafted bumpers and taillights, a heavily modified grille and a '59 Ford dash with the gauge cluster moved to the center. The car is named Coaster because it can drive from coast to coast.