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1938 Ford pu with ’33 Ford grille, shortened box, 7" chop, 7" channel, & a 401 Nail-head Buick. Hammered and louvered in all the right spots, & equipped with a wild external shifter. Drawn from my photo taken at the Langley Good Times Cruise-in 2011.
drawn on smooth Bristol board with Staedtler .03 mechanical pencils using 2B to 4H leads. Approx 110 hours

Tags

ford, rat truck, graphite, pencil, hot rod, flat nasty

Comments

  • Michele Filoscia
    Michele Filosciaover 2 years ago

    Great drawing.

  • Thank-you Mike. Always appreciate hearing from you. Kindest regards

    – Kevin Krueger

  • ntsotame
    ntsotameover 2 years ago

    Amazing artwork , I hope the owner appreciates this alot. We have all been waiting.

  • I thank you. I sent the owner a copy…..he liked it!!

    – Kevin Krueger

  • John Schneider
    John Schneiderover 2 years ago

    Superb piece of work!

  • Thank you John. Had a good time putting this one down on paper as it has so much character. Regards.

    – Kevin Krueger

  • Gary Fernandez
    Gary Fernandezover 2 years ago


    Masterful work Kevin, congratulations.

  • Thanks Gary. Appreciate your comment, and happy with the feature.

    – Kevin Krueger

  • WildBillPho
    WildBillPhoover 2 years ago

    Flat beautiful work!

  • Thanks for your comment Bill, and thanks for the favorite. Really got into this one. Was great to be up close to it and see the details. Just didn’t get to hear it run tho’…dam!

    – Kevin Krueger

  • Daniel Sawyer
    Daniel Sawyerover 2 years ago

    Wow, excellent work!

  • Thanks Daniel. Got lots of hours into it, but no where near what it must have taken to hammer it out like this one. Regards,

    – Kevin Krueger

  • John Harding
    John Hardingover 2 years ago

    wow this is bad ass!!! love it!!

  • The car is bad-ass! Just missed hearing it run when they parked it for the day. I really like the ‘suicide shifter’ he put on it. Kind of get attracted to these just like a magnet. Now I’ll go find some more to do, Regards,

    – Kevin Krueger

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