At first glance, your eyes see lines and details all in aluminum. The body lays flat to the ground. Touches of black, red, copper, and blueing from welding seams are sprinkled throughout. Your first reaction might be, “What? Really?” But, the more you look, the more you see this is no mistake. This is no junk ride. This is a true aluminum wonder.
Driving down the road, its massive dually rear-end is softened by a quilt-patterned stamped tail gate. However, from the front, you get the sense this beast was built for war. A medieval shield-like front fascia, the low profile and the metal studs throughout give you the sense that this dually is tough.
Cutworm Specialties built this wonder to reshape the way we think of hot rodding. I think they did a great job. This car demonstrates a great attention to detail, and well thought out accents. The mentality of ‘less is more’ really shows, and erring on the side of caution rather than an over exaggeration of details is a sure fire way to build something great. The subtlety of detail is amazing. Great job guys, we love this thing.
What do you think?
What’s you’re take on the aluminum dually? Did Cutworm nail this sucker? Or is it a flop?