The first impression this hot rod instantly convey is the paint quality. Matte black is the kind of color that looks like it’s out to consume all the light around it, and so it works perfectly for this custom build. After all, this may be a lightweight fiberglass body, but the clean lines and satin finish give it looks like it was forged from stone. There’s a hint of brightness on the waterfall grille, bumper bars, and the classic-style hub caps. But the real standout color are those fiery red/orange wheels.


Location: Lithia Springs, Georgia, United States

See listing: Replica 1932 Ford Roadster hot rod (from November 1, 2020)