Greetings from your Vagabond Road Artist, Lincoln Highway Johnny. I figured it was about time to join the technological world and get my art out of the house and onto the road.
As I said in my “About,” my style was inspired by the original Big Daddy Ed Roth, which is what you will see on here. Here is one of my first drawings in his style.
The Step-Down Hudson, from 1948-1954, had a unique design which made it easier in turns, as it had center-line steering, which was a state-of-the-art design for that time. It’s powerhouse was a 308, Twin-H Power, Flathead 6 engine. On the dirt tracks of America, the only other car that even had a chance to keep up was the Oldsmobile 88. The Hudson brand won many a race on the early dirt tracks, and this drawing is dedicated to that wonderful machine.
I hope you enjoy and come on back for more.
From the Road,
Lincoln Highway Johnny