And here's the finished product.
I may have overdone it with the blacks. I'm not sure that everything is especially clear. I also started using white paint for clean up and some outlines. It's the kind of thing that you can do in Photoshop, but I really want to try to learn to use it better (as it turned out, the paint doesn't work as well as I'd hoped, and there was still some work to do in photoshop).
The idea with this page is that we see Colimbo once again coming, coming---he's unstoppable even if he is a bit bumbling and embarrassing in his beat up car. The noises and the smoke once again are not constrained by the panels.
Here's a little something extra.
The car in panel 3 was originally going the other way, but it makes more sense for it to go from left to right (to get the sense of forward movement). The only trouble is---then you have to re-position the driver!
This was my first draft for panel four. (I couldn't figure out a clean way to have the car face the other direction and still show you Calimbo's face.) As you can tell, I decided to trim the image way down.
I would swear that most of the cars I see in comic books these days are stock images/magazine images that are photoshopped to blend into the artwork (i.e., the artist doesn't actually draw them). But all my cars are drawn by hand! (Which explains why they may not look so good...)