Custom cars take a wide variety of shapes and sizes. This week, we’ve chosen a more unlikely candidate to take front and centre stage as our car of the week: the 1994 Big Body Brougham.
As a newer car – less than 30 years old – many won’t consider this a true custom car, but don’t let looks deceive you.
With custom paintwork as just the tip of the iceberg, this car is something special in the details.
The interior, music system and undercarriage have all been upgraded to turn this into one sweet ride. Coupled with new tires, updated suspension and only 60,000 miles on the clock, this car is a catch.
The new rims and the custom pin striping and leafing have been done professionally, and you can tell. There’s been no half-heartedness with this car – everything has been done professionally.
This includes a good running V8 with good hydraulics meaning it’s raring to go and just waiting to hit the freeway in full swing to show you what it’s capable of.
But if you’re left in any doubt, for me, it’s the suspension that does it. This badass car is the ultimate lowrider with the right amount of attitude.
If you want to know more about the car, why not take a look at the for sale page here.