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Wednesday, December 4, 2019

These all-unique cars are inspired by cartoon films

Seeing the vehicle shapes that appear in a film often makes people feel challenged to bring it to the real world. This is also done by Ron Berry, a retired builder from Utah.
Ron Berry's curve-bodied 1965 VW Kombi called Surf Seeker. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/2PbY3Qx)
One of which, He ever made one extreme vehicle creation that resembles the 1965 VW Kombi. How not extreme, this unique car was made because it was inspired by a cartoon movie titled 'Finding Nemo,' and he built the curve-bodied car as if it came from that cartoon.
Right side view of Ron Berry's curve-bodied 1965 VW Kombi called Surf Seeker. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/383FLKc)
Well, the car that was given an orange glow and white pearl paint jobs were introduced under the name of Surf Seeker and was built based on sketches made directly from his hands. Even to build this unique car, Berry spent up to two years.
Front view of Ron Berry's 1956 Ford F-100. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/2Rh8KUF)
Although it does not look like a car in general, this car has been equipped with several sophisticated features. For example, with electronic devices embedded in this car that can be controlled remotely by using a remote control, including to open doors and rear hood.
Rearview of Ron Berry's 1956 Ford F-100. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/2Rh8KUF)
Not only that, the Surf Seeker carries a 4-cylinder engine that is combined with supercharged technology. "This car is quite impressive with an engine capable of producing around 210 horsepower," said Ron, as quoted of whichcar.com.au.
Ron Berry's custom woodie wagon called Shortbreak. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/2PbY3Qx)
In addition to the unique car-shaped 1965 VW Bus, Berry has also made other unique cars. One of them is the 1956 Ford F-100 wrapped in garish yellow paint which has a surfboard on the back. This pickup truck is also made in such a way that it looks like 'born' from a cartoon movie.
Rear-left side view of Ron Berry's custom woodie wagon called Shortbreak. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/2PbY3Qx)
But do not ever underestimate it, due to the car is equipped with a 528 BDS 871 Blower V8 engine which delivers the power on the rear axle through C6 Transmission and produces power of 825 horsepower. This awesome surfer truck is sure to get you to all of your surfer pints fast to the beach in style.
Then there is another unique car made by Ron Berry named 'Shorebreak,' a car wrapped in blue colors, looks very unique when viewed from the outside or inside. The car also inspired by the cartoon film.
This custom woodie wagon built out of fiberglass and wood. And this unique car used a 302ci 5.0L V8 and rolls on an astonishing 33×19.5 wheels on the rear. And once again, the wagon is accompanied by powered features that open its suicide doors, fenders and trunk at the press of remote control buttons.
After this, what kind of car will Ron Berry make? Only time will tell, but certainly, Mr. Berry is a craftsman with unlimited imaginations. To see more, visit Ron Berry’s YouTube page. *** [EKA | FROM VARIOUS SOURCES | WHICHCAR.COM.AU | STREETMUSCLEMAG | LEGENDARYFINDS]
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