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G.H. Davis: a master of the cutaway

March 8th, 2018 by admin

G.H. Davis was born in London in 1881. He received a formal art education and was already working as a freelance artist before World War I. He served on the Royal Air Force putting his talent to good use creating aerial diagrams for pilot training. After the war he continued his career as a freelance artist specialized on military subjects, and in 1923 he started his 40-year collaboration with the Illustrated London News.

https://5wvelascoblog.com/2016/10/31/g-h-davis-a-master-of-the-cutaway/
http://hazelhomeartandantiques.blogspot.com/2015/03/gh-davis-1881-1963-artist-for.html#more

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G.H. Davis: a master of the cutaway

If you dig 60’s Mopars getting upgraded, and The Roadster Shop work, and are going to SEMA, fyi, it’s all coming together with a 64 Polara

October 26th, 2017 by admin

chopper icon Jesse James (fan of his work, and in awe of his talent and experience, just not his personality) has The Roadster Shop working their mage level magic skills on this rough project.

As expected, James put his foot in his mouth when he just said this about SEMA ” I haven’t really wanted to go to SEMA for at least 15 years or more. Just seems like minitrucker dipshits, giant dumb wheels, and clown builds that are just a huge waste of tubing and sheetmetal.”

http://roadstershop.com/galleries/jesse-james-polara/
http://www.stanceiseverything.com/2017/10/talented-dipshits-why-dont-minitruckers-get-the-respect-they-deserve/

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If you dig 60’s Mopars getting upgraded, and The Roadster Shop work, and are going to SEMA, fyi, it’s all coming together with a 64 Polara

now at the Petersen museum, this is the 1939 lakester named the Meteor, and handbuilt from 5 scrapped vehicles

December 22nd, 2012 by admin

when it was at the 2011 Del Mar Goodguys, I got photos of it from up close, inside and out.

http://justacarguy.blogspot.com/2011/04/schools-in-this-is-visual-lesson-in.html

While it is the museum and will get a lot more people to respect the enormous commitment the builder had, and the talent in making this car, the stantions and ropes will not allow museum guests to get as close and with the great lighting I had available at the 2011 Goodguys. Kudos to the museum for getting it on display!