Created using the names of some of America’s Most Notorious Mobsters.
Created using the names of some of America’s Most Notorious Mobsters. Hollywood has done a great job making sure the era of the “Mobster” will live on forever. Why shouldn’t it? The legends and stories of the guys were real. There weren’t trying to be like anyone else. They had a strict code of rules that they followed and in doing so they care of their families and those around them. But it was their style and flair that made everyone forget that at their core they were murderers, thieves and villains. But to this day, people still love to route for them. People still try and act like them, dress like them and most of all earn like them. They say Al Capone’s empire would be valued at over a billion dollars today. Love them, hate them or respect them they were some of the most interesting men in American history. For this design we took a list of some of the Notorious of these men and recreated Al Capone’s classic 1928 Cadillac. Charlie "Lucky" Luciano Frank Costello Bugsy Siegel Meyer Lansky Salvatore Faranzano Joe "the boss" Masseria Al Capone Arnold "the brain" Rothstein John Gotti Carlo Gambimo Giuseppe "Joe Bananas" Bonanno Joseph "Joe" Colombo Albert Anastasia Vito "Don Vito" Genovese Gaetano "Tommy Gunn" Lucchese Paul Castellano Sam Giancana Henry Hill Vincent Mangano Nicholas "Little Nick" Corozzo Jackie D'Amico Alfred Mineo Frank "don cheech" Scalice Carmine Galante Phillip "Rusty" Rastelli Carmine "Junior" Persico Giuseppe "Joe" Profaci Thomas "Tommy Ryan" Eboli Michele "Big Mike" Miranda Frank "the old man" Tieri Tommy Gagliano Dutch Shultz Vincent "The Chin" Gigante Sammy "The Bull" Gravano