An American muscle car, make it bigger, faster, stronger. Detroit carmakers saw what the hot rodders were doing in the late ’60s and started bringing these ideas to the workingman. Steal a few ideas from Italian supercars and the muscle car was born. Popular culture stole it back and has never let it go, badass rebellion, and freedom.
The Leadbelly car is brutally simple: minimalist lines lowered over some of the fattest tires ever made. The cars are finished with a high-gloss shine.