Like bourbon and barbecue, or bacon and more bacon, custom guns and classic cars just go good together. The first time you turn over a freshly rebuilt engine—the straight headers pounding your chest, pissing off neighbors and rattling garage doors—feels similar to pulling the trigger for the first time on a custom rifle built piece by piece under the buzzing fluorescent lights of your friend’s shop.Some people get it; some people don’t.
(Michael has a background in graphic design and supplied David with custom vinyl stencils before becoming a full-time coater himself.) I think the results speak for themselves.
Their inspiration started, as with many things these days, with an internet search. “We both knew we wanted to do a cool muscle car color,” David said.
. For highlights, they chose Satin Aluminum for the small parts and for the logos, and Hidden White for the rails.