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1957 Chevy Bel Air Tri-Five Surely Belongs on the Digital Cover of Lowrider Magazine

Whether you like his flashy social media persona or not, the ‘Biggest Boss’ Rick Ross is surely one of the biggest Chevy fans out there. And not only a generous guy, but also a true inspiration for many.
1957 Chevy Bel Air Tri-Five lowrider LS3 V8 rendering by ish_babaria_design_v2 6 photos
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As it turns out, not just in the real world but also across the virtual automotive artist realm. Just recently, we noticed the steadily-improving CGI work of Ish Babaria - a self-taught automotive artist better known as ish_babaria_design_v2 on social media, who recently turned a little blue. Well, sort of, as it is more like a teal focus exhibited in the form of a couple of digital car projects.

One is almost contemporary (it is the third post embedded below), as the pixel master dealt with a C217 Mercedes-Benz S 63 AMG Coupe that veered towards an F200 Imagination lifestyle. Alas, the stunning green-blue paintjob works even better when combined with a classic white on a vintage Tri-Five, if you want our two cents on the matter.

So, the hero of the day, for us, was the virtual artist’s 1957 Chevrolet Bel Air. It dwells across a couple of digital settings with a two-tone Kandy Teal and Snow-White Pearl finish, and even the least enthusiastic Tri-Five fan will immediately notice that something is amiss. Well, no need to ogle too much at it since the description unravels all mysteries.

According to the author, he was obviously inspired by Rick Ross’ love of Chevrolets and made this iconic classic as outrageous as possible to make sure it might get his attention. Until then, it rides lowered on a set of forged Artis Wheel Decatur's, flaunts a hand-made pinstripe on the trunk, and even mixes the cool air suspension modernity with an LS3 V8 swap as the icing on the restomod cake.

Plus, the pixel master feels confident it would also be worth a Lowrider Magazine cover piece. So, he went ahead and created one for them already!










 
 
 
 
 

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