Petersen Automotive Museum Vault - Strange and Notorious Cars

Popular Mechanics, May 2013 - 1967 "Boothill Express" Hot Rod, One of 10 Strange and Notorious Cars from Petersen Automotive Museum Vault

The late 1960s hot-rodders created some loony show cars. Ray Fahmer built some of the wildest ones, like the Boothill Express. It's essentially a hot-rodded funeral coach from the 1800s. And it gets its name because the coach upon which it is based reportedly carried a James Gang member to his resting place at the Boothill graveyard in Tombstone, Ariz. 9 more strange and notorious cars from Petersen Automotive Museum:

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1967 "Boothill Express" Hot Rod

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