Now Jaguar could always make a good looking car. Not only that but they could make a car that really shifts. This E Type is a very desirable model of early Jaguar and there are still plenty of concours models around (compared to other cars of this age). Continue reading Stunning blue E type Jaguar
We found this beauty hidden away in the corner of a car show in the UK. It is quite rare to see soemthing like this over here and it typifies the low rider car styling trend. Continue reading Chrome classic american lowrider
Cars that were on the road the same time as the horse and cart still shared many similar features. This car saw the driver sitting opposite the passengers. Continue reading Vintage leather car seats.
Here we have a picture of a fantastic looking custom hotrod. The large rear wheels without arches would be illegal on British roads but we assume this car has been built for some serious track action (alternatively it has removable arches). Continue reading Custom street hotrod
Now here is a car with a history. It was popularised by the Back to the Future seires of films. People fell in love with the unpainted brushed stainless steel body and gull wing doors and it instantly became a legend. Continue reading Stunning original Delorean
Modern steering wheels have recesses and padding to ensure driver safety in the event of a colission. Are we getting too soft? Here is an early vintage steering wheel. Continue reading Vintage steering wheels – spike included
For the next few days we’ll be looking at the real custom car scene and examining some interesting conversions on classic cars. We love the colour scheme on this custom car, a clever cut away on the engine Continue reading Custom classics with a modern twist
Ok so we have another non car appearing but this Truck does look fantastic. They don’t really come more old skool than this. As we are unfamiliar with the original truck we can’t make out what is original and what has been added. Continue reading Classic old skool styled truck
The most distinctive and popular classic car we see on our roads is the VW Beetle. Most dubbers keep thier cars in pristine condition. It is lovely to see a Beetle like this which literally looks like it just rolled of the production line. Continue reading Classic VW Beetle
The old MK1 Escort is a pretty rare sight on our roads today, despite their popularity. This “RS500” is looking great with flared arches, bright orange coachwork and a set of 4 rally spots on the front bumper! Continue reading Classic Escort RS in Orange
We’ve been doing quite a bit of old skool stuff this week and there is more to come. There is something Uber Cool about a classic with modern tweaks and enhancements. Continue reading Old skool custom purple car
Here is an early car wheel. It shares some similarities with modern car wheels, for example it is round and has a rubber tyre. This goes right back to the days when cars were only just a small step on from the cart. We have alloy wheels today which are much smaller and wider. Continue reading Early car wheel in Wood
The Dub scene has been around for so long and we found this stunning baja bug at a show recently.
According to the guys over at the Car Tuning Guide, this one packs a mean punch and delivers a suitable amount of torque to make rapid progress over dunes, banks and any other obstacles.
We love the flared arches, chunky tyres and the whole stance of this car, it certainly wouldn’t look out of place in any off road setting but really stands out in the local department store car park.
We usually look at cutting edge styling but for the next few days we will look back at the very early days of car design and see some vintage cars. Panels were typically beaten by hand which restricted the shapes on offer to a large degree. Continue reading Vintage car styling
The V8 Vantage Mk1 has had quite a long run from the 70’s to the late 80’s. Modern Aston Martin Vantages have the distinctive headlights but the grill shape remains. Continue reading Classic Mk1 Aston Martin Vantage
If you thought electric cars were a new invention then you need to take a close look at this. We at Car Styling tips, proudly present what is most probably the worlds first electric powered car. Continue reading One of the first electric cars
Roadster/Street rods are a fantastic genre of car and custom roadsters epitomise the ultimate in showy, fun summer transportation. The style is typified with an open engine bay, plenty of chrome on show and all packed into an old chassis. Continue reading Classic blue Blown Roadster/Street rod
We remember a time when all cars had running boards down the side and lovely curved arches. Even back here we were seeing vents added to the rear of the engine bay to aid cooling. Continue reading Classic car styling
We can certainly see the Cobra innfluence in this stunning retro styled car. It looks great in this colour, but I think it would look better in Black or Red. Continue reading Retro cobra styling