With the RideTech adjustable suspension, Bill can cruise comfortably to local events and then peg the car to the ground for some intimidating profiling. At a distance, the car looks like a nice, fixed-up stocker and, when you start looking around inside, there isn't anything that gives it away as the wolf in sheep's clothing scenario. That is until you open the hood.

No one knows if Bill's car in 1957 would have ever been as nice as his current ride, but Bill doesn't look back. And while the Frisbee, the Edsel, and American Bandstand were all pretty big moments in their time, none of them compare to the feeling Bill has every day he opens his garage door and climbs into his '51 Ford.