These exclusive images below shows one of the last stages of the process that I
taken during the paint and assembly. Basically the normal SEMA rush that
you hear about, and in this case, the painting started about 48 hrs before being
trailored to Vegas. A lot of great folks and shops helped out along the
way. Photos shown below are that taken during the last leg of the build.
Pics are of Bruce Schultz, Myself, and Ken the Pinstriper. The Jerzman
came by to give a much needed hand. Funny and Krazyman Karl Scheller, and
Kelly Cox did a lot of work with the assembly the last night along
with the Wildman "Mr. Bill".
You may also
recognize or recall seeing this car as an actual HW's 100% '57 Cheyvy Nomad,
although it's not really a Nomad, hence "NoNomad". There's been many
versions of this diecast such as the pink version in the Oil Cans and the Troy
Lee 2-Car set, but the one that is special to me is the one pictured left, as
it's the first HW's car I designed the flames for back in 2000. Enjoy the
pics! There's a ton of 'em!