• Aug 27th 2011 at 10:03AM
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eGarage has been teasing us for a while now. We've seen some interesting videos so far, but the website itself had remained light on content. No longer. eGarage is up and running, and the videos are good.

One we like in particular follows the build process of a custom 1950 Mercury coupe. The chopped and slammed project is the work of Zane Cullen and his Cotati Speed Shop, located in Santa Rosa, California. Cullen and his team have already put two years of work into this custom cruiser, and it looks like they might have another year ahead of them. Still, if this partly finished Merc looks this good now, we can't wait to see the final product.

Head over to eGarage.com to check out the video showing the progress made so far.

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