Here's My Latest Painting. It's a 1962 Chrysler 300 that has been customized with a Rockabilly flavor in mind. I don't usually do customs, but since we have a moderately sized rockabilly crowd here in calgary, I thought it'd be a good place to expand the market. I lowered the car down, gave it curb feelers, and side exhausts, made it flat brown, and added a few decals and pinstripes here and there. I positioned the car in front of a rusty old steam engine at an abandoned train station, because just like the background, the car Itself isn't perfect either, and thats how these Rockabilly Leadsleds are usually done. They're minimalistic, and affordable, yet have an aggressive rustic look to them. Anyway, All Fast Lane Design Artwork by Ryan Sardachuk.
That's a '61, Bubba... '62's had no fins.
Great detail! Love the license plate and curb feelers!
Too bad, so many cars have ended up like that locomotive...while the locomotive would probably not even exist any more...
Hate to be a wet blanket. It's a 1961, not a `62. Had one just like it. No fins on the `62. Nice artwork, though. BTW, a `61 300 G convertible (which this is), even in rough condition would be worth a small fortune.
Great one!! looks very nice!
Great car! I love those little cool details - the pin striping, exhaust and curb feelers. The train in the background is impressive and I love the rust texture.
Nice work. You could title it "lots of iron" !