Penned by the California-based Harry Bradley and constructed by the Alexander Brothers of Detroit, the famous Deora was honored with the coveted Ridler Award in 1967. The subject of numerous models, it has since been fully restored to show quality and will be showcased at RM Auctions Icons of Speed & Style event, September 26 at the Petersen Automotive Museum in Los Angeles, CA. For further information, please visit http://www.rmauctions.com/CarDetails.cfm?SaleCode=RW09&CarID=r184
1967 Ridler Winner "Deora II"
The 1967 Ridler Award winner the "Deora II" I shot at the Detroit AutoRama
2013...I remember seeing this on the Commercials for AutoRama when I was
little...It's back for the 50th Anniversary of the Ridler Award....very
cool part of History...Make sure you follow me so that you don't miss any
of the other cool cars I shot at this Show!!
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Fritz Schenck restores Ed Roth's Captain Pepi "Megacycle" .m4v
To contact Fritz for custom builds, restorations and paint email
firstname.lastname@example.org or call 816-322-2205. To see more of Fritz's work
www.spritzbyfritz.com. Fritz Schenck restores Ed Roth's "Captain Pepi" also
known as the "Megacycle". Special thanks to our beautiful pinup model Kat
Concept Cars of the Past
This video showcases some of the most intriguing concept cars of the past.
The Buick "Y-job" was the first concept car. It was also the first to be
equipped with power windows! The '51 Buick Lesabre sported a rain sensor
that would trigger the convertible top switch when it would get wet. Notice
something familiar about the '55 Lincoln Futura? It was the car that George
Barris modelled the original Batmobile after! The '55 Ford Mystere has an
uncanny resemblence to the car in Toy Story 2 driven by "Al the toy
collector". It's truly unfortunate that some of these cars never made it
to production. I hope you enjoy this video.
Abandoned Classic Cars Part 2
Hi, please check out my new youtube account The link is here
http://www.youtube.com/channel/UCSfHx2aVJH-6d6RachGF1fA there will be no
classic cars anymore. Sorry :(
Holy Hot Wheels! It's the Deora II
This video and pictures was shot/taken at the O'Reilly Auto Parts Auto-Rama
this past January 2007! I put this video together for another friend of
mine that is a huge Hot Wheels Fan too!! Hope you enjoy it!
The music is from the Hot Wheels AcceleRacer Soundtrack, "Anything But
Down" by Chris Holmes.
The Petersen Crew Takes a Ride in The Wildest Hot Rod You've Ever Seen!
The parking structure at The Petersen Automotive Museum always has really
interesting cars show up, including this wild horseless carriage based on a
real Studebaker carriage. The entire drive train is located forward of the
pivot point. The middle wheels are the drive wheels. Throttle, brake, and
steering controls are all hydraulic. The pivot is a ball joint on a tubular
control arm with a coil-over shock!
57 Chevy Custom found by Fritz Schenck
Fritz intends to restore this car back to her original glory. For more info
contact Fritz at:
email@example.com, www.spritzbyfritz.com, 816-322-2205
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Rat Rod / rust appeal
Back Alley Filth doesn't get any better than this ratical machine ! Powered
by a fully built 463 Chevy engine, that cranks out 540 HP with nearly 600
Ft Pounds of Torque, you are assured a hard pounding ride. Slammed back in
the seat most of the forward view is the Ingelese Eight-Stack Manifold
capped with four Weber carbs. This chopped '31 Ford is hard to beat ! It's
truely a BEAST !!!
Harley Earl - GM Designer Extraordinaire
Harley Earl, the larger than life, first head of styling for a major
automobile manufacturer gave the world the joy of excess in color, chrome
and steel. Recruited by GM in the late 20s to transform its drab autos and
make them stand out from the offerings of its competitors, Earl transformed
the industry and the American psyche.
He invented the annual model change over, the concept car and put swagger
and some Hollywood panache into a staid industry. While its hard to defend
his buoyant designs as fine art, he captured the imagination of millions
worldwide, especially in Post WWII America, who embraced the outlandish
vehicles as proof that there will be a big and better tomorrow. He knew
how to create and sell dreams. Which is what he learned from his neighbor,
C. B. DeMille.