The Stallion was another hot rod Foose designed, but instead of being only for looks this one had some speed behind it. The red paint job looks like something that came right out of a ZZ Top vehicle. The car is based on a 1934 Ford coupe that the original owner kept for decades before he decided to do something with it. His dream for the car was to have a street-legal drag racer, and Foose made that dream a reality (via Chip Foose).
The vehicle was finished in 2003 and won the Ridler Award at Detroit Autorama. There aren’t a lot of these original Hot Rods that can also double as a race car. Foose did a lot of his signature touches to this car including the cut roofline. The four-wheel independent suspension finished things off and allows the car a measurable amount of driving comfort. He’s designed a lot of great hot rods but the Stallion is one of the fastest.