Here are some of the pictures I took of Brian Jennings’s incredible mild custom 1960 Chevy Biscayne from our recent interview. You can hear all about this build, the crazy schedule, the mild custom touches, and what inspired Brian in Episode 9 of the Podcast. My favorite things about this car are the molded in trim on the fins, the molded edges on the front hood and grill surround, and the iconic molded side scoop. Inside the car is equally impressive, the white tuck and roll Thunderbird seats done by Acme Auto Interiors in Livermore, CA won Brian “Best Interior” at Billetproof this year, and it’s an award that is well-deserved. I really like the contrasted edges of the carpet and the center console, the combination of all these small but well conceived twists make Brian’s Chevy and instant classic, it’s no wonder it’s already taken home trophies at Santa Maria and graced the pages of the Rodder’s Journal. Brian Jennings is a true craftsman, and I can’t wait to see what rolls out of his shop next. I’m really honored that he took some time out from his busy schedule to chat with me for the podcast and let me take some pictures of his car, it’s a hell of a sight to behold. If you dig the car and want to know more about it, here’s another link to our interview for the Bomb City Podcast (yes, I finally figured out how to cross-link posts, which is very exciting for me). Thanks for reading!