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Now wait…they’re car builders and they can’t adjust the tie rods to center the steering wheel?
This is Wisconsin. Love the state, love the people.
Taking a canvas and creating… these guys are craftsmen and artists. Their product delivers their philosophy.
Thanks for the inspiration.
(camera is bouncing comment…. no offense and I appreciate good video production but was this piece really that hard to watch?)
I love the work you guys do. These story’s are awesome, the slider shots are neat, and well placed. The rolling shots need work it’s really hard to watch the car when the camera is bouncing around so much, like in this film @2:40. It looks like the camera is being hand held, is it possible for you to use a portable JIB?
Please keep making these films, looking forward to more.
Better a jiggly camera out there taping stuff, than no camera at all! Happy to watch, as indeed car-guy passion is evident. While some of the work looks like a dog vomited up its Froot Loops, I can see the skills and dedication – afterburner bits, partially flush windows, milled billet cliches, donk wheels, [i]etc[/i]. What great machines to walk around and marvel at the excess of details.
Someone give them some more work so they do not have to lavish all the details on just one or two of their own cars! Neko.
Even though I hate people changing and customizing perfect, beautiful cars, I love hearing guys talking so passionate about their hobby. Even though every car-guy has another passion, we still connect in our love for these vehicles.
Keep up the good work!
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