• Aug 16, 2008
click the V8 powered Isetta for a high-res gallery

Wherever you find people cruising, you will always find lots of fancy paintwork. These run the gamut from metallic finishes that change color depending on the viewing angle to all kinds of intricate designs along with the standard issue flame jobs. Woodward 2008 was no exception, so we present for you viewing pleasure (or pain depending on your tastes) some of the excellent and absolutely wretched airbrush work we encountered today.




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      • 6 Years Ago
      it seems like this smart for two is making what Zions did a few year back. appeal to people base on customization and individuality. not a bad idea.
      • 6 Years Ago
      WTF is this? http://www.autoblog.com/photos/woodward-2008-airbrush-action/981379/

      And that Pontiac Vibe is an abomination.

      Mustang and Sunfire are by far the fugliest.
      • 6 Years Ago
      Airbrushing is one of those things...you either like it or you don't. One thing that has always annoyed me about is, you go to a hotrod show, you see an 88 4-door Cavalier with some lame-ass dragon airbrushed on it and suddenly they think it is show-worthy...much like a stock Sunfire with some fugly amateur lizard-flames