While Chip Foose’s bread and butter is rodding, building and customizing cars – often models that have distinct and fervent followings, like Camaros and Mustangs – it would appear that he’s more than happy to tackle projects outside that comfort zone as well. Foose has just completed a special project for John Deere (a brand whose followers are as dedicated as any Ford or Chevy might have), and the result is going to be given away.
The tractor you see above spent decades as a workhorse like any other John Deere 4020 (a trendsetting model manufactured from 1963 to ’72), before it underwent transformation in Foose’s shop. Frankly, we think it’s beautiful. Now, Lord knows we wouldn’t know what to do with it if we were to win it, but we’re enamored enough that we actually Googled to see where our local Deere dealer is, so that we might actually enter the sweepstakes. (You can do so through June 30, 2010. The drawing takes place a month later.) Follow the jump for a series of making-of videos.
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