Ever since I can remember, there's a lack of cruising culture in Switzerland. I don't know why, but maybe it's a result of the general point of view that any drive in a car has to start at A and end at B. Most of the swiss people don't see any sense in driving from A to A. And even enjoying it doing so. Anyway, some friends and I decided to do something about this and did some serious downtown cruising in the city of Basel.
Some may say I got too much time on my hands, but once I got started on modifying the stock 1940 Ford Coupe as presented by the HAMB art challenge I just couldn't stop. My version of the vintage '40 Ford is a Westergard inspired car with many of the traditional kustom touches. So, it's lowered, chopped, nosed, decked, shaved. And after that it was driven to the salt flats of Bonneville.