My dear guests, I am Mr. Strohl, your host. Welcome to Photochop Island

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Some days we all need a little break from reality. So forget your bills, forget your job, forget yourself, and make that day today, because it’s time to drag the waters of my Photochops bookmarks folder and see what comes flopping up into my dinghy.

We’ll start with Paulie Waulie’s 1968 Pontiac Grand Prix, above, a nod nod nod to the Bunkie Beak. A brushguard-wearing brodozer before its time…

A while back, Casey delivered his 1960 Cadillac Series 52, an exploration of an alternate timeline in which GM fully committed to compact cars. A Caddy that zigs before its time…

Rust Heinz conceivably could have entertained the thought of building the Phantom Corsair as a Scarab-like single-space minivan, as Andy Prieboy illustrated. A Brubaker Box before its time…

Jim Hoagland, if you’ll recall, likes sticking the Superbird snout and wing on everything. A chopped Corvair is as good as any car to wear them. Maybe another time…

As found on Truque Truc Truk, a long-nose COE Bel Air laying rocker, unknown artist. Margarita time…

And finally, Phil’s truncated Packard Station Sedan. Time has no meaning…

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