ADAM and Kylie Perry debuted their crazy two-door FB Holden 'Tailspin' at MotorEx in Melbourne this year. The inspiration for the build came from Street Machine's own long-running Expression Session column which produced hundreds of cool design concepts over the years. One of those being Steve Vesperman's two-door FB Holden dubbed Tailspin.
With the help of legendary builder Howard Astill, they brought the concept to real life creating a unique FB Holden with its front and back panels swapped - essentially making the rear look like the front and the nose like the back. If that's all a bit too hard to comprehend, check out the video as builders Adam and Kylie talk us through the car.
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