Bo Zolland's Cadillac-powered 33-34 hot rod – Click above for high-res image gallery
The last time we checked in with Bo Zolland he was rendering a Camaro to do Le Mans duty. Half a year later, he's stayed in the house of General Motors but gone back in time - on the outside, at least. His 33-34 hot rod is beautifully traditional from the windshield back, but mixes it up in front with that cowcatcher grille flanked by integrated headlights and the six hood-bursting pipes.
We wouldn't mind seeing where the other two pipes emerge, because under that hood is meant to be the 556-horsepower V8 from the Cadillac CTS-V. The sound of that lump through massively shortened pipes would be prodigious, and keeping all that power on the road while moving forward might take all of your attention with those narrow wheels. Give us a set of rims from the Cadillac-powered VRS, on the other hand, and we'd be all about it. You can check out Zolland's latest in the gallery of photos below.