Nice shot and Chevy
Shot by Brett Sloan
Nice shot and Chevy
Shot by Brett Sloan
This look fun, can’t wait for the full movie
“His family lived next to the town dump when he was a kid in Nebraska. It’s where they got their furniture, their flooring, and by selling items, their Christmas money. But it’s also how Ernie Adams learned his craft, how to make things, especially how to put motors on things with wheels.
Now 72 years old, Ernie looks back at a life including patented inventions, the creation of a new class of stock car racing, and currently, the building – from scratch, by hand – of immaculate, scaled-down, street legal replicas of vintage American autos.
You can visit his workshop deep in the Arizona desert, but don’t bother asking to buy one of his Dwarf Cars – he never sells anything he creates.”
[Coming January 2013]
Source: Jeff Diehl Vimeo page
I have a slight feeling that i have posted this before, i’m not sure.
Never mind it’s quality “TV”
I think the first founding was over a year ago and i sponsored then and i will sponsor now.
You can do it to, HERE!
When Dirk Behlau and Jesper Bram is finished with the first one i sure hope they make a second/third and fourth movie.
What the hell is flake and flames you ask?
“The world famous Kool Lifestyle Photographer Dirk “The Pixeleye” Behlau and the acclaimed Pinstriper and Artist, Jesper Bram join forces on an astonishing adventure to make a feature length documentary Film about the Kustom Kulture movement around the globe.”
Dirk and Jesper spent a year going from California through Europe in search of the coolest Kustom Kulture people and events on the planet. Picking the brains of living legends, up and coming artists and builders within the culture. The guys sought out some of the hottest Kustom Kulture spots and get some of the worlds best car and motorcycle builders, tattoo artists, pinstripers, custom painters and pin-up models to share their tricks and experience.
Facts about the film
Producer: Jesper Bram
Executive Producer: Hell Yeah Beer
Director of Photography: Dirk Behlau
Directors: Jesper Bram & Dirk Behlau
Co-Director: Daniel Alban
Filmed by: Jesper Bram & Dirk Behlau
Edited by: Daniel Alban at Kong Gulerod Film
75min. Feature length documentary
The film is an independent production
Material for the film has been shot during 2011, in U.S. & Europe (England, Finland, Denmark, Sweden, Italy, Germany, France)
The film will be released world wide on DVD in late 2012.
During 2012 the film will be available for select festivals
The film will be available to the public through a wide network of international distributors.
For an updated list of featured artists and fabricators please see the Feature List”
The wheels are not my favorites but the car is baaaad ass.
Be sure to check out the full feature on Stanceworks HERE!
This looks like sooooooooo mutch fun, dirty V8’s
Accuair always has top notch “commercials”
Yet another supergreat movie from Josh Clason
“I had the opportunity to swing by TBC Hot Rods and Bikes in Fayetteville, NC and check out the shop. Every month the guys at the shop pool their funds together to bring in a band, food, and drinks for “Garage Night”. It is something that really gives back to the automotive community in Fayetteville which is what it is all about. Tim Bradham is one of the nicest people you will meet and is a master fabricator. He creates a lot of things out of raw materials and it is amazing to see something start from nothing.
Caspian:Epochs in Dmaj
Ronnie Hymes:UnIncorporated (reverbnation.com/ronniehymes)
We have set out on our journey across the USA. Join us over at the site and Facebook to find out where we currently are! If you have any car stories along our path please contact me.”
Another great one from Josh Clason
“170,000 miles in 4 years might not seem like an outrageous amount for today’s standards but in a 1964 Corvair van it is a downright astonishing amount. John Jackson, of NotStock Photography, travels across the entire country in search of cool hot rods and bikes to shoot and averages around 60,000 miles a year. Topping out at 60mph and with no A/C it is inspiring to see one living his dreams and passion year after year.”
We have set out on our journey across the USA. Join us over at the site and Facebook to find out where we currently are! If you have any car stories along our path please contact me.