There is no denying, Stuart and Joanne Brancourt’s 1941 Willys is a Willys like no other! With more curves than a coach-load of super models and draped in gleaming gold, we doubt we’ll ever see a custom coupe like this for a very long time!
But the Willys is just a small part of the story when it comes to Cruzin #264. We take a look at Brett England’s 1934 Ford coupe, rebooted from its 1980s guise in stunning form that only an artist could create. It’s driven fast and frequently and a little rough around the edges, the same of which could be said about Jason Heywood’s 1952 Chevy pickup. We first met Jason at the Desert City Rodder’s Goanna Run late last year, and we’ve included our take on this very cool event in this issue as well.
Ray Germans 1957 Buick is a stunner, and we also visit the Camilleri family of four, who are more likely to be arguing over garage space rather than who gets to use the bathroom. And while the Americans don’t always do it bigger and better, you’ll be thoroughly impressed with our snapshot of enthusiast Justin Linare’s mega mancave! Back on home soil, we drop in at Armadale Auto Parts in the west to see what’s happening up front and out back!
Our regular columns are back, with a spotlight on pin up artist Lorenzo DiMauro, another cool Ian Winter model, and a review of awesome foursome, Ed Philips & The Memphis Patrol.
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