Sunday, March 17, 2013

Maybelline Heir, Bill Williams 1977 Clenet # 13 is ready for its close up

CLENET TV to see the original clip of 1977, Series 1 Clenet owners. 

After a year and half, Bill Williams, 1977 Clenet, seemed to glow as it sped out of storage, excited to be filmed for a new Documentary.

  Friday was a long day for  # 13's original fabricator,
Steve Kouracos and my sister Donna and me.   We were all interviewed for a Documentary, asking the question... "Why are Clenet owners still so passionate about their car after  35 years."

Alain Clenet's, neo-classic product of the Clenet Coachworks of Santa Barbara, Calif., was meant to be America's answer to the Rolls-Royce.  Some of the original owners included, Rod Stewart, Wayne Newton and Ken Norton.  The rock group Kiss wanted theirs in shocking pink but were turned down. My father, Bill Williams bought #13 for $28,000 and added some custom features including his initials painted on both doors and Gatsby etched glass. for more information about the Alain Clenet and his Car click here.

  I will post more as the producer sends snippets to me.

Happy Saint Patricks Day, May the wind always be at your back.

No comments:

Post a Comment