Oh, that's Adam Nonis in Seattle. He's a damn genius with fabrication - metal, shaping, molding, epoxy, foam, carbon fiber, leather, trim, machining - he can do it all. I ran across him on the BMW E30 forum because his rebodied 122 wagon sits on a strengthened E30 convertible chassis. His 122 was too rusted to continue restoration, and the width and wheelbase of an E30 was nearly perfect.
He did most of this work in his driveway, under a tent.
https://jalopnik.com/true-hero-swapped- ... 1826320988
https://forums.swedespeed.com/showthrea ... rters-quot
Hidden fuel filler inside the tailight anyone?
Not a BMW engine swap...it's a body
An earlier twin cam 16V Volvo he built... steam punk turbo
Decided to make a custom BMW valve cover as a placeholder. He's going to swap in a Volvo white block eventually. So it's a Volvo in a BMW in a Volvo.
His fab skills are incredible. Here's the form for a carbon fiber roof / lift gate spoiler..
He made his own stainless exhaust, including the mufflers