Daniel Hostetter’s 1927 Ford Custom Concept car is my favorite AMBR contender. There, I said it. It looks like no other car in the class, and with good reason. It is based on an old magazine project concept drawing and Daniel himself did everything to build this car. Everything. And I love him for it. The paint is not as nice as the other cars in the class, and it is a style that is most certainly polarizing, but the overall looks is super bad ass in my opinion. And the technological little touches are awesome too. The small white plastic parts you see in the photo below just to the inside of the front fenders toward the rear are designed to be touched by the fenders themselves and then push the body panel in so there is clearance to turn. Seriously? Yeah, there is that kind of detail going on here. I love it. For me this is one of the two I would seriously LOVE to have in my driveway.