Brian Darwas

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Brian Darwas is a well know fixture in the Hot Rod community, and is the Award Winning Director of "The Road to Bonneville." Building traditional hot rods since around the age of eighteen, Brian has been digging up old steel and turning it into hard-core hot rods over on the East Coast for nearly a decade.

During this time Brian has turned out a number of cars, none of which have ever failed to impress even the most jaded Hot Rod Aficionado. He has certainly developed his own build style. The stance is always perfect and everything just seems to fit together; neat and compact. A lot of people can build a car using parts from many different sources, but taking those parts and making them work and fit as if they were meant to go together is something only few people can accomplish. Brian Darwas is one of those few.

Aside from building traditional hot rods as a member of The Rumblers Car Club in New York City, Brian has also traveled the world as a musician, most notably playing bass guitar in the New York City based Street Punk/ Rock 'n Roll band "The Disasters" (featuring Roger Miret of Agnostic Front fame).

Brian has recently taken time off from music to focus on building cars and film making.

The thirty two year old hot rod builder/ filmmaker was born, raised, and currently resides in The Bronx, New York.

Movies by Brian Darwas

The Devil at Your Feet
The Road to Bonneville

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