We recently reviewed the amazing Dodge Charger Reset, created with its owner, Ralph Gilles. Gilles is the design manager at Stellantis and the guy behind the cars like the Chrysler 300C and the updated Viper. This made us think. What is the most beautiful place you have ever seen?
Restomods are often associated with muscle machines such as chargers. Gilles’s Hellucination is certainly worth noting, but not everything is original. The Ring Brothers built similar cars, and recently we looked at Kevin Hart’s 1970 Plymouth Roadrunner. Of course, not all restomods are muscle machines.
Legacy Trucks makes one of the most capable and largest Dodge Power Wagon racks in the world. 350 hp (261 kW) In addition to the diesel engine, its upgraded chassis, suspension, brake parts, etc. there is. The icon gives you all sorts of great classic cars like the Bronco or Ranger with modern treadmills.
Involved: The singer returned to the 1980s with a stunning 450-HP Porsche 911 Turbo
Remember, restomoding is not an American hobby. The Cyan Racing Volvo P1800 will eventually arrive in the United States for $ 700,000. It’s definitely beautiful and thanks to Cyan it’s very fast.
These days there is no shortage of space to buy Porsche parts. Evomax, Strosek or Theon Design will all build a custom 911 for you. The singer is almost complete from the restomod maker to the above and has even partnered with Porsche.
Japanese products do not fall off the table. Prodrive has recently announced a project to honor the renewed restoration of the sacred Subaru Impreza WRX rally car, which has just begun the brand’s long-term success at WRC.
But remember one thing. The car we are looking for does not have to be a basic identification. Maybe you have found a hiding place in your hometown, or you have witnessed something really special in a local car dealership or in cars and coffee, and you want to give the owner some recognition. So what is the best vacation spot you’ve ever seen? Let us know in the comments below!