Words and Photos by Mike Alexander
When it comes to badass 60s customs there’s a crew from a small town in “Kalifas” known as the Locos Banditos that have been building killer rides for the better part of two decades.
Lead by “K-daddy” Kyle Gann (if you’ve never heard the name, K-Daddy’s Kustomz type it into you favorite search engine and you will see more cover car and truck paint jobs featured in magazines world wide than we care to count).
Oh you didn’t know Lincoln, at one point, was into producing boats? Well consider this an education. What you are looking at is a 1966 Lincoln Continental Coupe measuring out to an astounding 18.5 ft long, owned by none other then AccuAir’s Mike Alexander.
Mike is certainly not new to the ways of driving low and parking lower.
There is something visceral about seeing ideas take shape. Envisioning objects forming together to become a unified celebration of art. This concept transcends into various avenues, such as the efforts of different individuals utilizing their skills to form something grand. There is nothing more fulfilling then the end result of master craftsmen gathering to toil the day and night away in order to out-perform their prior masterpiece.