(1929 Ford Tudor)
Meet Dre and his beloved 1929 Ford Tudor, affectionately named “Crook County.” Dre hails from Cook County, Chicago, known for being grimey and cutthroat, much like his unique custom car. In this article, we will dive into the inspiration and details behind Dre’s Crook County.
1929 Ford Tudor Details and Inspiration:
Dre wanted to build a cop car that looked like it had been chasing Al Capone all over Cook County and losing! This inspiration led to the creation of Crook County, a unique 1929 Ford Tudor that looks like it has been through the ringer. The car’s grimey and cutthroat vibe perfectly represents Dre’s hometown, Cook County, and its reputation.
Chassis and Paint Details on 1929 Ford Tudor:
Crook County’s chassis was customized by Jmoto, giving the car a unique touch. The car’s paint job was also done by Jmoto, giving it a unique look that perfectly complements the car’s overall aesthetic.
Crook County is powered by a Chevrolet V8 engine with a displacement of 350. The engine is in great condition and runs smoothly.
Dre would like to thank Jmoto for their work on Crook County’s chassis and paint job. Their attention to detail and craftsmanship made Dre’s vision a reality.
Dre is affiliated with the Disturbin Tha Peace car club, known for its unique and custom rides.
Conclusion: Dre’s Crook County is a unique and one-of-a-kind custom car that perfectly represents the grimey and cutthroat nature of Cook County, Chicago. The car’s unique aesthetic, inspired by the infamous Al Capone and his infamous run-ins with law enforcement, is a nod to Dre’s hometown and its history. We wish Dre all the best as he continues to showcase his unique ride in the custom car community.
1929 Ford Tudor
Owned by: Dre Meadows
Photos by: Chris Gosda