What is the car in the ZZ Top videos?

What is the car in the ZZ Top videos?

There’s hardly a more iconic symbol of the early years of MTV than the ZZ Top Eliminator car. A fixture in several videos—including “Gimme All Your Lovin’,” “Sharp Dressed Man,” and “Legs”—the fire-engine red 1933 Ford coupe was the culmination of guitarist Billy Gibbons’ lifelong fascination with hot rods.

What year is the ZZ Top car in the video?

The build of Eliminator was originally inspired by the Pete and Jake’s coupe from the movie The California Kid and is a true steel 1933 Ford, not a fiberglass replica of the classic Ford model.

Who owns the car in the ZZ Top video?

The Eliminator album, which featured the hot Gimme All Your Lovin’ carried the Ford Coupe’s painting as the album cover, along with being in all four videos of the song. The car in the video was bought by Gibbons from the original owner in Arizona.

What does Billy Gibbons Drive?

1932 Ford a.k.a. Highboy Billy said: The Rudy Rodriguez ’32 Ford “highboy” roadster that’s like a go-cart on steroids which is still a blast to putt around in. Gibbons believes that this is the most elegant car he owns. It has an old French-built V8 flathead under the hood.

Who built ZZ Tops Eliminator?

guitarist Billy F Gibbons
In 1976, ZZ Top guitarist Billy F Gibbons commissioned Don Thelan’s Buffalo Motors hot rod shop to build The Eliminator. Based on a ’33 Ford Coupe, it was street-ready in 1983. The car was featured on the cover of the band’s top selling album, “Eliminator”, that went multi-platinum with over 10 million in sales.

Who are the girls in Gimme All Your Lovin video?

Danièle Arnaud
Music video The band appears and disappears, and they throw the attendant the keys to the car. The three main actresses were Jeana Tomasino from Wisconsin, Danièle Arnaud from Nice, France, and a third model who dropped out of contact and was not paid. Tomasino had posed for Playboy in 1980.

Who died in the band ZZ Top?

Dusty Hill
ZZ Top’s Dusty Hill Dead: Longtime Bassist Dies at 72 Tearing up that bottom there for Dusty.” ZZ Top announced in a statement on Wednesday (July 28) that Hill had died at age 72. “We are saddened by the news today that our Compadre, Dusty Hill, has passed away in his sleep at home in Houston,” the group wrote.