Artwork by Tavis Highlander
Instagram @tavishighlander

Builder: Wicked Customs (Langley, British Columbia)

Bubbletops are one of the icons that you should only modify with a very careful plan. When in doubt, keep it simple. In this case the Bel Air being modified is getting the restomod treatment. A full chassis with LT4 power will handle all the corners and straights just fine. Most everything that isn’t under the car will look pretty stock. The stance, however, will be dialed in to give it a nice little rake while being plenty low. Rolling on 19- and 20-inch Forgeline RS-OE1 wheels offer the ability to run big brakes but also a factory hubcap at the same time.

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