61st Detroit AutoRama

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We got to talking about the 61st Annual Detroit AutoRama, and when the schedule (and the workload that comes with it) dictated, among other contributing factors, to my not making the show, our pal Josh stepped up to the plate, and offered the greatest solution: He’d wander the show floor during set-up, and grant us a first-hand look at the cars.

gil losi 1961 bubbletop

This is brilliant on a few levels. First, we’d have ample time to check out the coolest new cars, well before anyone else. Second, we could discuss the potential Great 8 cars, and see just where the bar is set this year (which, I have to say, is pretty damned high), and third, you, oh valued visitor to the Problem Child Kustoms Studio website (and its affiliated social network pages and so-on), get a FIRST look at the cars as they are set up on the floor.

iron orchid show rod

The plan, then, is to post-up some pics as they come in, get a close look, and continually add to the coverage as the weekend rolls on. What does that mean for you? That means that you’ll have to check in here to see the cool stuff as it comes in (and well before anyone else has it!), as well as on the Facebook page. We’ll have some exclusive images that will be on our website only, so get that bookmark button nice and toasty.

Be sure to check it out, and thanks for looking in!

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About drawinghotrods

I draw cars. I also provide full-service hot rod design and illustration, custom car, graphic and web design tailored to the custom automotive aftermarket, including logos, branding, project planning and research, and even apparel design. Need an ad, some copy, or a jump on social media? I do that, too. My mission is straightforward: To consistently provide the ultimate in design creativity and customer service, with an experience and artistic vision that is second to none. While working to raise the standard of automotive illustration, I seek to educate the public with regard to the labor and sacrifice required to create a work of fine art.

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