Chip Foose

Chip Foose Draws 2021 Ford Bronco Street Rod For Fun: Video

Last spring, automotive designer and TV star Chip Foose sat down to sketch a modern hot rod version of a 1966 Ford Bronco, and the results were, well, interesting, to say the least. Now, the Overhaulin’ star is at it again, but this time he has created a 2021 Ford Bronco street rod. The first question anyone will pose is why, but of course, this is just a fun exercise – there’s no real 2021 Ford Bronco getting chopped up here.
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Bucking the 2021 Bronco with Chip Foose: Ep. 25 | Hagerty Media

The all-new 2021 Bronco takes Ford’s famous nameplate back to its roots as a purpose built off road machine. And make no mistake, the Bronco is a capable package that can be configured to almost anyone’s needs. So what can Chip Foose do (in a drawing) to make it better? Go the complete opposite way, adding more speed, more sport, and far more street savvy!
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Chip Foose tackles the C8 Corvette Ep. 23 | Hagerty Media

The C8 Corvette is the realization of decades of mid-engine Corvette concept “teasers” promising to take America’s Sports Car to the next level of performance and style. While Chip Foose has mixed feelings on the new body style, he appreciates the giant leap forward this generation provides. But can he redesign a C8 to have a stronger connection to Corvettes of the past?
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1956 Ford F-100 by Chip Foose Is a Blast From the Overhaulin' Past

The thing with custom cars and trucks is that they never grow old. No matter how many years have passed since their making, these builds will forever turn heads and occasionally empty bank accounts if properly cared for and maintained. This February, we’re celebrating Truck Month here at autoevolution, and...

Chip Foose delivers a mail truck for express deliveries Ep. 22 | Hagerty Media

Neither snow nor rain nor heat nor gloom of night can stop Chip Foose from reimagining any vehicle design with a pen and paper. This time Chip takes a crack at the Grumman Long Life Vehicle (LLV), more commonly known as the mail truck. This workhorse of the United States Postal Service (USPS) remains in active use, surviving many years after its intended lifespan. So how could it look a little more … timeless?
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Superformance Shelby Daytona Coupe Was Turned Into a Proper “Lady” by Chip Foose

The original Shelby Daytona Coupe – built in just six examples – is one of the most important pieces of motorsport history for the Blue Oval. It was created just prior to Caroll Shellby’s refocus on the Ford GT40 project for the 24 Hours of Le Mans and officially raced by the company to great success, bringing the first title for an American manufacturer in the FIA GT International Championship (a.k.a. the WSC - World Sportscar Championship).

Chip Foose takes the Delorean back to an alternate future | Hagerty Media

Very few cars define their era quite like the DeLorean, and its remarkable stainless steel aerodynamic wedge shape with gullwing doors turns heads everywhere it goes. While the body was penned by none other than Giorgetto Giugiaro, it’s clear that the DeLorean was a product of its time and originally designed with safety in mind: the DSV-1 prototype even got its name for being the DeLorean Safety Vehicle. So how can Chip Foose take this stylistic success from another era and make it even better?