The owners of this metallic piece of art in front of you are quick to admit they can’t take credit for its creation. Instead, Tony and Sandy Lambert prefer to point out that they’ve refined what was already an amazing machine, built many years ago in the South Island.
The story of how the car came to be is an impressive one, and one which speaks volumes of the abilities of a couple of guys in a shed in the southern end of the country.
Back when the time-consuming bodywork was taking place, the car belonged to Colin Cameron; however, it was good friend and bodyman extraordinaire Alan Brookland who was responsible for cutting the metal out and sticking it back together differently. And by differently, we don’t just mean differently to how it left the factory, but also seriously differently to how you see it now.
You see, back when (more…)