Unless you’ve got the budget to get a car built by one of the big names in America, such as Chip Foose, Troy Trepanier, or similar, chances are you won’t know what the finished product will look like, until it’s sitting in your driveway.
Aucklander Geoff Milliken however, knew almost exactly what his next project would look like, and that’s because he already had a picture of it on his wall before he began. Like most of us in the car world, Geoff’s had petrol in his veins from a young age, fuelled by growing up watching his uncle — one of New Zealand’s more well known drag racers — Nick Leifting competing around the country.
From those early days, he’s had a variety of machines, ranging from motorbikes, through to a candy-coated Cobra replica we featured back in Issue 52. With a growing family, the Cobra wasn’t really practical though, so Geoff set about finding something with a few more seats, and that’s when he turned to (more…)