Lowdown 'n Dirty CC with special guest Vally
Hi again Eric............it's been a while.
My spies tell me that you have been dipping in here to see what's going on.
So here's a plea.
Me and my mates have a good idea. Now, listen up!
We reckon the only reason this vid has had over 125,000 hits is because of
your input' so here's a big well done and a high five.
Where am I going with this?
Well here....Would you mind awfully visiting my Bi mates website as it has
been struggling of late. Just visit - Lowdown 'n Dirty CC with special
guest Vally - and then click on the IKIWBI link. Post up your thoughts and
we reckon the numbers will go through the roof.
You will be suitably rewarded.
Uncaged Rat - Mike Partyka's '31 Ford
Mike Partyka's 1931 Model A Ford truck. An amazing build that incorporates
classic dirty rat styling with some key modern touches. This build stands
out with massive, black powder coated Bonspeed billet wheels that are
twisted over the asphalt by a 600hp beast of an engine. It's rusty body
misleads you from the high caliber construction underneath. Copper and
anodized-gold highlights are hidden throughout as well as the sleuth
incorporation of the air tank actually being the rear frame section of the
This rat is a monster that demands to be let out of it's cage.
Artist: Big Black Delta
1932 Roadster Flathead V12
Some footage of my dad's 1932 Roadster with a 1948 Lincoln V12 flathead.
Captured with a GoPro Hero HD camera.
The Rolling Bones Hot Rod Shop - The Poteet 1934 Coupe
(note: this is an art film inspired by The Rolling Bones Hot Rod Shop. It
is a non-commercial piece.)
Defining the term "Hot Rod" is about as elusive as trying to find a deuce
roadster that's been stored in some old farmer's barn since April 1st,
1932. It can and does mean many things to many people.
For The Rollng Bones Hot Rod Shop, it's about using many of the same parts
and building hot rods the way they were when they were simply Hot Rods.
While those men had no interest in the history they were creating, The
Rolling Bones do. They were simply trying to go fast with what was
The Rolling Bones are simply trying to capture the look, the feel, and the
soul of a late forties - early fifties Hot Rod with a story to tell.
There are lots of people in this world who claim to be artists but there
are only a certain few who can put that very elusive magic in their work.
Great Hot Rods are also works of art and The Rolling Bones will argue that
point with you until the beer runs out. Like a romantic painting, when you
look at it, a great Hot Rod will tell you just enough of its story to grab
your emotions and let your imagination take you as fast and far as you want
That's what they build, stories, in The Rolling Bones Hot Rod Shop style,
one story at a time.