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Tuesday, June 23, 2015

The Best Art-Deco Costumized Car Ever

Some time ago we were ever show you an article about the 10 best art-deco designed cars. (Jump to the articles). The following car is the best art-deco car of all the best that ever existed.

This uniquely American creation named 'Blastolane B-702' is a true one-of-a-kind coachbuilt masterpiece. The Blastolene Brothers have created the unique look of this creation by combining the American love of high-powered, large displacement engines with a refined, almost European design sensibility.
2007 Blastolene B-702 concept car. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/1Lj3IOr)
Right side view of 2007 Blastolene B-702 concept car. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/1Lj3IOr)
The design of this concept car resembling the shape of a classic car of the 1930s, Blastolene B-702 has a hand formed aluminum body and the entire chassis is nickel-plated or powder coated to a show quality. The car carrying a GMC 702 cu.in. V12 and an Allison 4 speed automatic for power.
Interior view of 2007 Blastolene B-702 concept car. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/1Lj3IOr)
Rear side view of 2007 Blastolene B-702 concept car. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/1Lj3IOr)
The interior is finished in maroon leather, and the oversized speedometer cluster is a Lincoln Zephyr unit. Rear fenders and body are all one flowing piece. The deep separation between the body and fenders is accented by hand-blown glass taillights. Painted Midnight Blue, this should be considered a rolling piece of sculpture.
Its first debuted at Quail Lodge in Monterey, CA, in August 2007, the B-702 was a new construction. The resulting blend is unique in the automotive world — a passionate design statement with the performance of traditional American Hot Rodding. (See another Blastolane Brothers creations.) *** [EKA | FROM VARIOUS SOURCES | RANDY-GRUBB'S GARAGE | BEFORE IT NEWS]
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