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So Wrong, So Right

Others who went to Tokyo Auto Salon last weekend have posted pictures of its trademark customized and body-kitted cars, multiple customizations of the new Suzuki Jimny, cute conversions of other kei cars and the Japan debut of the new Mazda 3 (but why is nobody mentioning the different doors and fenders on the sedan and hatchback…?).

I just want to show pictures of this restored 1958 Chevrolet Impala, engraved and painted by ROHAN Izawa Art Design, originally shown at last year’s SEMA show in Las Vegas.

It is the result of two years of restoring, engraving and painting with high-metal finish paint. This means a mirror finish black undercoat, so the thought of sanding and polishing of all those details before applying the top-coat bends my mind. The whole car shouts against every Arts and Crafts, Bauhaus, Modernist, Post-Modernist and early 21st Century product design instinct I am supposed to have, but I love it – with reservations about the wire spoke low-rider wheels.

The ROHAN Izawa Art Design website, with more of their amazing handiwork and a price list that will make your eyes bleed, is here.

This is their “making” video:

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