It wasn’t all that long ago that I was asked: “What’s your greatest accomplishment?” I skipped the awards, builds, and business milestones for the first memory that popped into my head. September 23rd, 2010 – the Thursday before H20 International, almost three years ago. It should come as no surprise that the answer to such a question would involve my car, Rusty Slammington, but truth be told, this story could be about any car.
For those of you who have been wanting a update on Rusty, Mike put together some quick footage. While it’s not too revealing, the details of the build will be well worth the wait. Bias aside, I found this piece to be the “pick-me-up” I needed going into the winter months and reminding me why we do what we do. Hope it does the same for you.
We hope everyone enjoyed the long holiday! A few new, but old, photos of Rusty to enjoy as we finish off the weekend.
It was almost a year ago that I found myself sitting at my computer, toying with photoshop and a photo of Rusty. One thing lead to another, and I found myself bringing the roofline down, closing the gap between drip-rail and window sill.
The idea of top chopping isn’t new, but I have little doubt that everyone already knew that.