PURPLE is the Color of Hollywood Car ROYALTY…

Nothing is more challenging than trying to pick the COLOR of your car when it comes time to paint. And most people don’t fully understand that COLOR is a Science. It reveals the psychological state of mind of people and it’s much more than being “GREEN with ENVY.”

Here at Fireball, COLOR is our number one source of inspiration. It’s the thing that pulls… and repels, expands… and contracts, is cool… or not. And today… the COLOR is PURPLE.

These four Fireball SKETCHES embody Purple’s embrace of Hollywood Royalty. Bringing a sense WEALTH, vision, clarity and excitement. You don’t have to love it, but you SHOULD respect the P. Those that drive it, wear it of simply want a bit of French-ness in their lives are serious about passion. It’s RED’S Cousin… that you should be prepared for quickly. And it’s why Fireball’s got COOLNESS in the GARAGE. Enjoy!

DID YOU KNOW?? As a once-royal color, purple symbolizes wisdom, power, spirituality, luxury, wealth and nobility. Since it is between red and blue, purple is known for the combination of red’s power and blue’s stability. The color purple also symbolizes independence and dignity.


What a way to start the week! Fireball has teamed-up with powerhouse Car Podcast WRENCH NATION for a series of Muscle Cars starting with this liquid black 1964 PONTIAC GTO! An amazing car with a super-fun podcast show headlined by Frank Butkus Leutz in Arizona. Be sure to listen them up and hit Frank’s IG. And now, you can get this awesome car IN THE GARAGE! Check it out!

DID YOU KNOW?? The 1964 Pontiac Tempest GTO was a whopping $3377.91 when it first came out. A Water-cooled V-8, cast-iron block with a displacement of 389 cu in… in a 4 speed. Wheelbase was 115.0 in. and overall length was 203.0 in. Zero to 60 mph: 4.6 sec. and Zero to 100 mph: 11.8 sec! Welcome to the MUSCLE CAR…

Here at Fireball… PINK is the Color of POWER

Most people associate the color PINK with femininity. But here at FIREBALL, Pink is POWER. And to prove it (at least every now and then), Fireball SKETCHES a new Pink ride to remind us that the World of Color is a cool thing. What’s YOUR favorite and on what CAR? Maybe he’d bust one out?? And WHAT COLOR should be next??

DID YOU KNOW?? Pink is the color of a namesake flower that is a pale tint of red. It was first used as a color name in the late 17th century. According to surveys in Europe and the United States, pink is the color most often associated with charm, politeness, sensitivity, tenderness, sweetness, childhood, femininity, and romance. But now… PINK IS BADASS.

Did you grow up with Gerry Anderson’s CAPTAIN SCARLET??

In the 60’s and 70’s, it was hardly a complete day without one of Gerry Anderson’s BRITISH SCIFI TV SHOWS. From Thunderbirds to amazing Puppetry, one of my favorites was CAPTAIN SCARLET and the Mysterions. A fun show and a super cool car! Today’s SKETCH is the SPECTRUM PATROL CAR that Capatian Scarlet drove and ended up as a Dinky Toy. So cool! And now you can have it IN YOUR GARAGE! Check out all of Gerry Vehicles SO FAR!

DID YOU KNOW?? In the first episode, Spectrum agent Captain Scarlet acquires the Mysterons’ self-healing power of “retrometabolism” and is thus rendered “indestructible”, being able to recover from otherwise fatal injuries. In this way, Scarlet becomes Spectrum’s top asset in its fight against the Mysterons.


Most people love Italian Cars… maybe not mechanically, but the association to all things beautiful can’t be overstated. Pasta, Amalfi Coast, Olive Oil, Beautiful Woman and MASERATI! So today’s SKETCH drops beauty on a MUG and PRINTS in the Garage to join our other Italian Cars to remind you that although sometimes things can get tough… all you need to do is stop and look at something beautiful to be reminded that that world’s got your back. And it does…

DID YOU KNOW?? Maserati was started by Alfieri Maserati and three of his brothers… Bindo, Ettore, and Ernesto. Before it made cars, it was best known for spark plugs! In the 1930s, Maserati not only made progress in the automobile industry but also in marine transport. Its engine was used in powerboats as well.

Fireball launches ZELTANGO’S sleek 1957 RED PANDA Spy Car…

Another ZELTANGO launch reveals a unique, sleek and crispy cool 1957 RED PANDA. Recognize it? Most likely you’ve never seen one on the street before as these were TOP SECRET GOVERNMENT SPY CARS. Code Name: RP57. Operatives would take these pre-Bond Cars on missions that were HIGHEST RISK and to the deepest darkest evil lairs of the upcoming Cold War! There was even a legend that one is still on the Moon!

Some of the unique attributes? Skin-Changing Dynoplasm, PolyMorphic Lidar and Self Driving-Tuning and 240mph Hyper-Summon. Long before Tesla, but this was Proto-ICE, baby! And now, for the first time in History… you can have one in YOUR GARAGE! CHECK IT OUT!! And be sure to visit Zeltango on IG!


Sure, I do tons of MOVIE & TV CARS, Classics, Vintage, Trucks and more. But every now and then, I just have to bust out a NEW DESIGN. And today, it’s the Fireball MUSCLE MAYHEM. Inspired by the look and feel of what epitomizes MUSCLE, but with some Directional and Graphic Novel language. Check it out IN THE GARAGE and for every one I sell, we’ll donate to all things POOCHES!

DID YOU KNOW?? Hold your horses! There’s another contender for the title of World’s First Muscle Car: the 1964 Pontiac Tempest LeMans GTO. Following the formula of “smaller car, bigger engine,” the GTO was considerably more compact than performance cars of decades past!

When it comes to CARS & ART… LOWRIDERS are BEST OF SHOW

This incredible CHEVY IMPALA LOWRIDER was spotted in the wild at MOONEYES. Some serious Metal Flake and attention to detail. These guys and girls know that CARS & ART ARE KING. WATCH…

THOMAS MAGNUM slides into the the Garage… gets SKETCHED!

Today’s SKETCH is a big one. A hugely popular TV Show launching in 1980 for 8 years straight… and spawned a less creative modern remake. Of course, it’s MAGNUM P.I….

And Magnum’s car of choice was the Ferrari 308 GTS Quattrovalvole. And now it’s IN THE GARAGE with all kindsa coolness! CHECK IT OUT, MAGNUM FANS!

DID YOU KNOW?? A single Ferrari wasn’t used for the duration of the show… but in all, three were used for the eight years the series ran. All with the licence plate “ROBIN 1”: Season 1: 1979 308 GTS. Seasons 2-6: 1981 308 GTSi. Seasons 7-8: 1984 308 GTSi quattrovalvole. “Rough job, Thomas…”



Fireball SKETCHES more sleek MOVIE CAR ART like CLOCKWORK…

Well this is true, but today… it’s the crazy orange sleek wedge that was called the Durango 95 from A CLOCKWORK ORANGE! The car was actually a M-505 Adams Brothers Probe 16. Fireball’s now got it on MUGS & PRINTS, …but if you want it on something FRESH, … REACH OUT!

DID YOU KNOW?? The M-505 Adams Brothers Probe 16 was designed by former Marcos cars designers Dennis and Peter Adams in 1969 as ‘an investigation into extremes of styling.’ It is powered by a mid-mounted tuned Austin 1800 engine and is 34 inches in height. It has 12″ wheels on the front and 15″ wheels on the back. It was awarded ‘Best Styling Exercise’ at the 1969 London Motor Show and only 3 were built. Only 2 exist now!