There are many cars in San Francisco that are hella flushed out, but rarely do you see a one off car that was built with such expression. I was walking to class and immediately after seeing this Datsun 620 Truck I knew I had to snap some photos. The oil cooler plumbing coming out of the headlight and the rusted, twisted, upswept, side exit exhaust gives it an aggressive “I don’t give a fuck” performance attitude. The ZG Style rivet on fender flares add nicely to the retro theme, as well as, serve purpose to allowing the balloon, low offset, wide steel wheels and stretched tire combo, tuck neatly beneath. Hella flush is a disaster of a car fad. However, these retro cars mimicking the Japanese style are built with function in mind. Away with excessive negative camber and air bag suspension. Function and Form can work well together— it is up to the builder to find a nice equilibrium between the two.