Check out @vector_garage for some sweet motorcycle illustrations. Here is your Maserati GranCabrio as a thank you for illustating all of my past bikes.
Yet another fruitless search of Instagram for an LFA owner. It's easy to find photos of LFAs posted, but nobody ever tags the owner. So I settled for a Sunset Orange example that I found on Sabini Wheel's website. It's got to be owned by somebody, right? Looking sharp on a set of Sabini SV44s!
Commission for @tysonhugie. 4/5 of his 1990s Acuras as documented on Jalopnik.
Hey Ace! You and Drew got me through many late nights throughout the 90s and 00s and since then I've been happy to see you become ubiquitous. Loved watching The Adam Carolla Project as I renovated my first house then listening to you and Ray give advice as I renovated the second, and especially watching you participate in Celebrity Apprentice. Here is @adamcarolla's Miura SV. If you like it, give me a shout out and I'll do a few more of your cars.
I'm on a mission with this project and it often means that I have to draw a car that I'm not exicted about (1980 Corona anyone?) but sometimes I take a day for myself. Today is that day. What a beautiful car, the AMG GT. Somehow it's saturated with sex appeal but remains masculine in it's proportions. Someone drop this car off for me to keep. Please?
I'm having a little fun today. Last week this concept by Zagato was unveiled and I want one. Now. I threw some Forgeline Split Fives on it because the concept wheels were not great, and adjusted the altitude slightly. Perfect.
Many of my neighbors have cool cars, a byproduct of living along a section of the old highway that was replaced by Interstate 5 in the 1960s. The culture is embedded in our neighborhood and I am aware of most of the fancy metal hidden away in garages, but even I can be surprised occasionally. Yesterday a neighbor just three houses away pulled this GTS coupe out of the shabby garage behind his bland, anonymous house. Color me shocked!
I wanted to feature a special car for my 100th illustration, and the Vector is truly a special car. Sure, today you can select from a variety of high-quality exotic "art", but back in 1990 the choices were slim. I stumbled across this purple W8 at the Portland Auto Show a few years ago and was still amazed at it's unique design. There were only nineteen built, all over-engineered using aerospace-quality components with a mid-mounted twin-turbo 5.7L GM V8 making up to 1200HP at fourteen pounds of boost. This truly was the predeccessor of the Veyron.