1929 Ford Roadster Hot Rod - UNIQUE & CHEAP HOT ROD
This gives a bit of information on how to build a 1929 Ford Roadster Hot
Rod using C4 Corvette ( 1986 Corvette) suspension and drivetrain
components. Build a nice ride with a small investment of cash. Go to
http://1929fordhotrod.com for A COMPLETE SET OF MEASURED DRAWING OF THIS
CHASSIS & more information on hot rods, stories, and custom car building.
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HOT ROD TV: Project X
The phenomenon of this 1957 Chevy is well known to hot rodders around the
world. Now 50 years later Project X has come back to GM Performance Parts
and is undergoing yet another reiteration thats due for completion for the
2007 SEMA show. But this time Project X is celebrating its birthday with
big power and modifications that bring X to a new level of cool.
Rat Rod 4x4 build
1935 4x4 project air ride from 0 to +12 tires are 44 inch on the back 39
front Dana 5.13 gear back front 4.56 4L80E tranz LS Engine
This is as work is in process....
The world's most advanced hot rod
Presenting the all-new Multimatic-designed, '32 Ford hot rod...with
in-wheel front suspension, Ford Racing motor, and, well, a pile of other
1929 Ford Coupe Hot Rod ~ Running Day 1
So the first day off the trailer we took out the car and it died on us
leaving us stranded. Started troubleshooting with the builder and found
out it wasn't getting spark. Tracing wires we found that the ballast
resistor wire had been pulled out of the spade connector. Simple fix so
we're back up and running. More videos to come.
RatRodTV Episode 8 View at ratrodtv.com
Ms. Redd takes you to Viva Vegas Rockabilly weekender where we meet
Jimaleen King and her 31 Ford truck. Essex Build update. WIN-A-MIG
Competition. Guest Hosted by "Mack"
HOT ROD TV: Nineteen-28
Jordan Graham is a 19 year old hot rod builder from Solvang, Ca. He is
building his dream car. A 28 Roadster on a 32 frame. But how does a young
hot rodder build his car? First he starts out by taking us on a journey
through time in the fields of Solvang , Ca. to find his dream car on this
episode of Hot Rod TV.
The Award Winning TV Pilot "Auto Archaeology" explores how classic
automobiles decaying in the backyard of communities all across the country
need to be restored or recycled. By combining historical, environmental,
and financial facts with a comedic sensibility, car lovers, history buffs
and eco-conscious viewers of all ages are in for a treat.
Hosted/Created/Produced by J. Paris
"Auto Archaeology" won the BEST TV PILOT award at the 2009 Cinema City
International Film Festival in Los Angeles.