cool things with wheels, since 2006
Jesse, Those guys at Elwood's Garage did this project up right. Beautiful job.
It's just Larry at his garage doing all the work. That trailer, as Larry told me, wasn't originally a 5th wheel design. It had been converted into one somewhere in its life.
An awesome creation. Five stars for originality! One star for that antique cooler's ability to keep ice from melting. Keep the awesome finds coming!
Does Elwood's Garage have a FB page or website?
I don't know, I haven't looked. I just have time to look for the vehicles, photograph them, post them and share them.
You can' t beat old school... would love to see more!!
My family and I delivered that trailer to him!!
Steven, you have my admiration for the delivery... I'd give a kidney for one of those!
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You guys know who Elwood is? L. Wood. Ever buy a HotWheels? He's the guy that probably designed it. Great guy and prob one of the nicest hot rodders you will ever meet. http://hotwheels.wikia.com/wiki/Larry_Wood
I wonder if he worked with Ray Ferris, former V.P. at Mattel. I gave him an idea for two hot wheels as a kid, and he brought me the Hot Wheels after they were made!
wow.. that is a cool experience!
where can a guy find the diecast replica and how much is it?
You're simply asking the wrong person. What the fuck do I know about diecast replica prices?