IN PART 1 OF VOODOO LARRY'S "VOODOO IDOL" STORY, we covered most of the overall build of that '46 Ford Coupe: the choping, channeling, suspension, drivetrain, and other important points of info.
In PART 2, I wanted to find out how those cool Plymouth tail lights got there. They were almost '51 Hudson's as opposed to '49 Plymouth's, and Larry tells how that happened !
Plus, he explains how he wanted the finished paint job to look...with an homage to his personal idol, GENE WINFIELD.
So relax for the next few minutes as Voodoo Larry & I hit on some final points of one of the most iconic kustoms of this Millenium: "THE VOODOO IDOL" ! JK
(Above: The Voodoo Idol, on the left, and Jack Walker's '41 Buick on the far right, in one of the pix I took at the 30th Annual KKOA Lead Sled Spectacular in Salina, Kansas.)
(Above left: The 1951 Hudson Dealer Brochure; Above right: 1949 Plymouth Dealer Brochure.)
(Above: "The Voodoo Idol", pic Courtesy of Josh Kurpius)
Visit Voodoo Larry's Website ! See neat pix & videos, buy cool stuff ! You will not disappointed !! http://www.voodoolarrykustoms.com/
NOTE: If you haven't heard PART 1 of "THE VOODOO IDOL" Story yet, just click-on here and listen right now !