The automotive world, just like any other community out there, is also divided into two: the old school and new school. Some still prefer how things were done back in the old days; always contemplating that the car makers today don’t “make ’em like they used to,” while some firmly believe that the vehicles we have right now are simply better. The others? Well, they found a niche in that little space where these two worlds overlap, where old meets new.
No, your eyes aren’t deceiving you. This is no optical illusion. It’s just a new Chevy Silverado with an old school Apache body kit. Awesome, righ?!
We all know how well-loved the Plymouth Superbird is. So it’s really not a surprise if people try to make one with the use of a Dodge Challenger.
Same goes with the Daytona. They look alike, after all.
Check out this 1957 Chevy truck on a 1978 4×4 Chevy Blazer chassis. Sure, 1978 isn’t really new, but when compared to 1957, it is.
Mean. Like the touch of old and new on this one?