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Chip Foose is bringing life to a Cadillac sketch from 1935

Some concept cars take a long time to reach reality, but this is something else.

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MMD by Foose 2015 Mustang GT gets 810 hp and one lucky winner

Modern Muscle Design and Chip Foose introduce a one-off, 810-hp Ford Mustang GT to be given away at the AmericanMuscle Mustang show this summer.

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Chip Foose tastefully enhances his personal Ford GT

Typically, we'd expect a vehicle from 2006 to fall well short of a more modern vehicle, both in terms of performance and style. Of course, the Ford GT is not your average offering from the Bush era. That's doubly true when the 2006 GT in question belongs to one Chip Foose.

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Chip Foose custom 1953 Ford F-100 sells for $170k at Barrett-Jackson [UPDATE: w/video]

There may not be a more recognizable name in the world of custom cars than Chip Foose, and those star-struck (and well-healed) fans of Foose just had the opportunity to purchase one of the designer's custom creations for their very own garage. This 1953 Ford F-100 pickup was created to commemorate the 60th anniversary of the one item just about everybody has in their toolbox: Jeremy Korzeniewski

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Nothing says "Chip Foose" like... Volkswagen?

To help tell the story of the 256-horsepower 2012 Golf R, Volkswagen has enlisted aid from an unexpected quarter: hot rodder and kandy-kolored-tangerine-flake-inclined Chip Foose.

Poll: Foose/Deere 4020 vs John Deere 620 Orchard

Which one would you choose? The Chip Foose John Deere 4020 or a John Deere 620 orchard model? Vote after the jump!

In the Autoblog Garage: RIDEMAKERZ Ford Super Chief

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Ridemakerz coming to a mall near you

Great, another retail establishment that can't spell. Here's a tip: "Z" does not equal "S." Using Z to pluralize words will also not make you hip or cool. Rather, it will point out that it's an obvious stab at being cool, without actually attaining coolness. Alphabet abuse aside, the concept of RideMakerz is cool. From the soft, cuddly folks at Build-A-Bear Workshop (and Chip Foose, natch) comes a less fluffy, more greasy idea. Those of us who spent hours inhaling Testor's model glue fu

Possible Cuda for Chrysler? Foose thinks so, we don't

The interweb is atwitter today thanks to a piece published by the Detroit News that hints Chrysler may revive the storied Cuda nameplate. Such a car would obviously share a platform with the upcoming Challenger, though would be sold as a Chrysler model since its original parent brand, Plymouth, is long since shuttered. The rumor was started by an interview given by famed hot rod tuner Chip Foose at the 2007 New York Auto Show earlier this month in which he mentioned the possibility of such a car

New York Auto Show: Chip gives us the scoop on his upcoming Foose F-150

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New York Preview: Ford F-150 Foose Edition debuts

click above image to view five desktop wallpaper-sized pics of the F-150 Foose Edition