People customize their cars to look cool, go fast or both. To their owners, custom cars are more than just vehicles. They are a hobby, a passion, even a way of life. From high-powered hot rods and street rods, to fast and colorful tuner cars, each type of custom has a unique culture and community surrounding it. That's because car lovers like nothing better than to hang out together and share their love of cars. In this book, you will learn about everything from cool classic customs to the hottest new custom machines, the names of some of the most famous car customizers, and where car lovers gather to show off their machines. Photographs by Chuck Vranas.P-32 Street Fighter (1932 Ford Roadster) Chip Foosea#39;s P-32 Street Fighter honors the U.S. fighter planes of World War II ... But with that kind of power, it sure can fly! Impression (1936 Ford Roadster) Chip Foose and his team built this beauty for owner Ken Reister. ... 1947 Pontiac Fastback This car is an excellent example of.
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