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Muscle Car Limited Edition Prints

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Bruce Kaiser Muscle Car Art, Woodward Ave, Muscle Cars, Street Racing, 69 Camaro COPO. Royal Bobcat GTO, 70 Hemi Cuda, Totum Pole Bruce Kaiser Muscle Car Art, Crazey Ed's Speed Shop, Muscle Cars, Street Racing, 67 Shelby 350 Mustang, 69 Camaro Z-28. GTO Judge, Cruisin, Cruising, 32 3W 60s Drag Racing Painting, 1968 GTO, 1960 Corvette, Christmas Tree, Burnout 1970 LS6 Chevelle, 1970 Torino Cobra Jet, 1955 Chevy Gasser, 1969 Dodge Super Bee Burnout, AMX, Street Racing, Cruising Chevelle SS 396, Burnout, 67 GTO, 70 Olds 442 68 Camaro, Used Car Dealer 427, Jungle Jim Nova Funny Car, Don Gay GTO Funny Car, 60s Drag racing Street Racing, 69 Camaro 427 Motion Performance, Boss 429 Mustang, Dodge Charger Daytona, 55 Chevy, AMC SC/Rambler Plymouth GTX convertible, 1932 Ford 3 window coupe, Monster Movie, Double Date, Movie Theater

Bruce's passion for cars probably started because his dad, Ralph Kaiser, owned an automatic transmission shop in Albany, NY (still in the family today) and had a reputation in the early 60s for building a stout Olds-Pontiac-Caddy GM hydramatic with B&M hydrostick parts . There were often cool cars around the shop like 1949 Fords and Olds coupes with big Olds or Cadillac V8 engine swaps with hydramatics . If he was lucky, his dad would take him for a "test drive" in one of them! The racers always asked if there was a warranty and his dad would reply "5/50", five minutes or fifty feet! One of his earliest memories was of a fast ride in a 1956 Oldsmobile J-2, a '32 Ford Hot Rod and even an Edsel!.

Bruce started hanging out at the A&W at the end of his street while still riding his bike. As soon as he got his first car, Bruce started cruising the local Albany hangouts like Mikes Subs, Neba's Roast Beef and the local speed shops like Pfeiffer's. It was the golden age of Detroit's great muscle cars and 60s style hot rods and the images and sounds of hot cars under the lights at a local hamburger place still influence Bruce's paintings today. Bruce strives to capture those perfect summer nights as he remembers them in his paintings. Many artists feature pristine original muscle cars in their paintings, but Bruce likes to paint them the way he remembers the cars people were driving then. Hardly anybody kept their muscle cars stock. Most new muscle cars had mags, headers and a Holley carb the first week! Some of the cars cruising Albany and Schenectady, NY in those days were lots of hot Chevelles, GTOs and Road Runners, a Boss 429 Mustang, a Motion Performance 427 68 Camaro, SC/Ramblers, AMXs, 55-56 Chevys and some street legal Gassers. These were the best days ever if you were a gear head!

NEW!! Muscle Car Art Puzzles
Bruce's muscle car and hot rod art prints are now available as puzzles sold by Master Pieces. Some are available now as 1000 piece puzzles and some in neat collector tins. This is a great way to collect prints that have sold out long ago. You just have to put them together!

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