Rons 1956 ford truck
A friend of mine shows up with his first rat truck! It was someones
unfinished project that needs some TLC. A perfect project to enter the
world of rat with. :)
80 yr old RATROD hits 172MPH + Daily prizes at StreetFire
When Tony Lee and his wife felled a tree growing through the center of a
rusted 1930's sedan years ago, they couldnt imagine the project they were
undertaking would end up in this- a RatRod capable of over 170 MPH. Check
out www.streetfire.net for more
1939 Chevrolet Ratrod built by 3 long time friends. Visit
www.projecthuh.com for the complete build.
1937 GMC RAT ROD BUILDUP
How to build your rod from scratch. Follow along as Scott Graves designs,
fabricates, and assembles another fun hot rod out of a 1937 GMC pickup.
Power comes from a 1962 235 inline 6, mates to a S10 T5, and sends it to a
pair of 7.50-17 BF Goodrich tires thru the 3.08 geared rearend. Everything
was fabricated in the his shop area you see with just a few basic tools.
3-24-13- CHECK OUT THE LINK BELOW TO SEE MORE RECENT PHOTOS OF THIS
RIDE!! IT NOW HAS SEVERAL FEATURES NOT SEEN HERE ON THE INTIAL BUILD!
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....
Music from... "Fantasy Dream Orchestra-El Bueno el Feo y el Malo", sound
recording administered by:
Sneaky Pete - 1950 Peterbilt Hot Rod Semi - MyRideisMe.com
From MyRideisMe.com : Behold the 1950 Peterbilt owned by Michael Leeds. The
name for this Hot Rod Semi is up in the air, but "Sneaky Pete" is the front
runner. Michael comfortably cruised about 100 miles from Santa Cruz, CA to
Billetproof thanks to the inline 6 Cummins turbo-diesel hooked to a 12 speed automatic
transmission spinning highway friendly 2.92 gears. Michael guesses 12 to 20
mpg but driving range is no problem since he's hauling 105 gallons in the
polished aluminum fuel tank out back. This baby's read to travel, even
weighing in at about 7000 lbs.