It’s GEARZ COFFEE CARZ from award winning car builder and TV host Stacey David! Inside is a collectible automotive cartoon sticker and a 2.4oz sample of freshly ground of Gearhead coffee. Be on the lookout for an additional STRANGE BREW sticker in random packages! Collect them all and get yours now!
Each package will also include a trading card with a high-quality image on the front, and a description of the project on the back!
Artist: Arlo Dillman. To learn more about Arlo and his work, check out arlodillman.com.
Gearhead Coffee is blended using the finest quality beans from Central and South America, the result is a rich, balanced taste. If you like coffee, you’ll LOVE this special 100% Arabica “STACEY’S BREW.” Check out their other roasts at gearheadcoffee.com.
Built to showcase what can be done with a classic truck, COPPERHEAD looks like a show car and handles like a street machine. Stuffed with the very first 572ci GM crate engine, the COPPERHEAD name wasn’t just about the cool burnt orange color on the body, it was also about the “BITE” under the hood!
With Parnelli Jones’ Big Oly as inspiration, the CRAZY HORSE Bronco features a hot V8, hard core suspension, and a ton of custom modifications that make it a pleasure to drive on the road, and a wild buckin’ bronco ride off road!
The RAT ROASTER is a '32 Ford roadster built in the classic late 60’s hot rod style. Blown small block motor, street slicks, side pipes, bobbed fenders, a rumble seat, and a custom microphone shifter are just some of the one-off touches that make the RAT ROASTER truly unique and something that every hot rodder would love to drive down the road!
Inspired by the Shelby Cobra, the BANSHEE started out as a stock Miata. Stacey added a hot Ford V8, custom suspension and brakes, a classic body kit, and all kinds of other custom touches to end up with a truly one-of-a-kind sports car that will run with the big dogs and look good doing it!
STRANGE BREW: Hoss Fly V8 Barstool
You want crazy? Stacey took a V8 motor, combined it with hydrostatic drive, slapped it in a frame, then put a barstool on top…ending up with a V8 powered barstool! With only a steering wheel to hold on to, no seat belts, and no way to keep the front end down, this is the classic “Hey, watch this!” vehicle!