We do not generally associate arts and crafts professionals with antique, vintage or classic automobiles but they have a definite place in the industry. Just as a gearhead might have custom flames painted on his hot rod, a collector might want a picture, poster or model made to commemorate a special vehicle. There are artists who specialize in sketching and painting vehicles. There are companies who specialize in posters and wallpaper with automotive themes. There are hobby shops who feature everything from inexpensive plastic models to gasoline powered off-road vehicles. There are artisans who make vehicles models out of wood, plaster, metal and other products. And there is an industry of push and pull toys and pedal cars of antique, vintage and classic vehcles for children to ride on.
The following vehicle arts and crafts companies specialize in commemorating and displaying brass, antique, vintage and classic cars, hot rods, muscle cars, trucks and vans and motorcycles as art forms. If you have a concern or comment about a listing please contact our email@example.com.
http://www.stickerhack.com/: The Sticker Shack offers full color vinyl lettering, which is far cheaper than hiring a graphic artist to do the job. They can provide lettering and graphics for your car, truck or boat, glass doors and window. They are fade resistant, durable and easy to apply. The Sticker Shack has plenty of colors to choose from and can even add an outline or shadow to enhance the project. You save money by creating the stickers yourself online. You can contact them here: firstname.lastname@example.org.
-http://www.mfsperformance.com: MFS Performance offers vintage, classic and muscle car posters. Their goal is to provide the best products and service at the lowest prices possible and they take great pride in doing just that. And their online store is designed to provide you with a safe and secure environment to browse their product catalog.
http://www.hotrodneyhotrods.com/: Hot Rodney Hot Rods features hot rod art prints of hot rods, rat rods, street rods, vintage, classic, antique cars, and pickup trucks created by VivaChas!. VivaChas! donates half the proceeds from the sale of his hot rod art to World Vision International in hopes of making a difference in the world. The idea came from the book Start Something That Matters by Blake Mycoskie’s. The charity helps people start businesses in third world countries.
http://www.racesignspecialists.com/: Race Signs Specialists caters to motorsports buffs throughout the country by specializing in vinyl graphics, race car numbers, and vintage logos for trailers, race cars, street cars, show cars, off-road vehicles, motorcycles and Recreation Vehicles. You can select from their design packages or let them create one for you. Race Sign Specialists designs, produces and installs the graphics and they are a certified 3M dealer. They also sell Checker Flag Collection team clothing, as well as assorted shirts and a complete line of 3M waxes and cleaners. You can contact them here: email@example.com.
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http://www.palmiericoncepts.com/: Palmier Concepts creates custom show boards and pictures for displaying vehicles at classic car shows, museums and other events. Many of their clients are car buffs that want to make their vehicle stand out at cruise night and shows, and to make their display competitive with professionals. They have clients all over the world that include car collectors, custom car manufacturers and automotive suppliers. You can contact them here: firstname.lastname@example.org.
http://www.ratrodstudios.com/: Rat Rod Studios features the breathtaking automotive photographic artwork of Bob Kramer and is your source for custom Hot Rod and Rat Rod art. Regardless of the type of automotive art you're looking for - custom, classic, hot rod, rat rod or motorcycle, Bob Kramer will transform your ordinary car photos into Custom Hot Rod Art. Imagine a custom photograph showcasing your hot rod, ratrod or motorcycle hanging on the wall in your den; what a great birthday, Fathers Day, Christmas or anniversary gift. There is no need to settle on a simple photograph of your favorite ride when you can have a custom, classic piece of Hot Rod Art. You can contact them here: RatRodStudios@att.net.
http://www.454autoart.com/: 454 Auto Art is a custom automotive photography, design and apparel store with an edge. It is a one stop shop for custom automotive photography, design, apparel and related products. They offer classic car artwork for Mopar vehicles, Chevrolets, Fords, Pontiacs, Oldsmobiles, Hot Rods, Rat Rods, Muscle Cars, Exotics and more. They also offer royalty free stock photography for web or print. 454 Auto Art was opened in 2005 and their goal is to provide quality products and personalized service. They use only the highest quality paper and all of their pictures come matted. They are proud of their classic car art work which ranges from T-shirts, calendars, mugs and clocks to all types of clothing and will be happy to discuss custom orders. You can contact them here: email@example.com.
http://www.diecastcars.tv/: Die Cast Cars sells precision die cast models of a wide range of American, foreign and exotic classic vehicles that ranges from race cars to motorcycles and airplanes. They also offer die cast model kits. You can contact them here: firstname.lastname@example.org.
http://www.pedalcarplanet.com/: Pedal Car Planet sells pedal cars and pedal airplanes, retro tricycles, Big Wheels, gas pumps, pedal car kits, foot-powered cars, and other ride-on classic car toys that run on kid power. It is owned and operated by Perez eCompany in Houston, Texas, who strive to provide high quality products at reasonable prices. They offer free shipping within the United Sates.
http://www.qualitypedalcars.com/: Quality Pedal Cars sells pedal Cars, diecast models and More. They specialize in retro-style pedal cars, airplanes and tricycles that include fire trucks, classic mustangs and ford roadsters, and also have a wide variety of diecast model cars and trucks and plush toys of classic cars. They look for toys that are fun and safe to operate and help improve physical dexterity, hand-eye coordination and problem solving skills.
http://collectibleart.net/: Collectible Art presents the car designs and artwork of John Samsen, who contributed to the design of many classic cars such as the 1953 Ford Thunderbird, the 1964 Barracuda and a variety of other muscle cars. His website is devoted to his past achievements and offers prints of some of his art work. His classic car paintings have won numerous awards and have been featured in a variety of books and magazines. Many of his original pieces are in museums and private collections. You can contact him at: email@example.com.