Rat Rod Bat Mobile
What guy hasn't dreamed of having his own Bat Mobile???..this is the Rat
Rod edition...very cool...ck it out!!!!!
1932 North Carolina Prison Bus "NC Rat Rod Prison Bus"
A 1932 North Carolina Prison Bus that has been hot rodded....I found this
thing while at the Shades of the Past 2013...not only is this one cool
Bus...it has a cool...kinda spooky story behind it...check it out!!...Makes
sure you follow me so that you don't miss any of the other cool cars I shot
at this show!!
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Rat Rod Custom 1950 Mercury Rescue! - Roadkill Episode 21
It's always a good idea to buy a car off the Internet sight-unseen, right?
That's what a friend-of-a-friend of Roadkill did with the kustom Merc—and
maybe he made an even worse decision when he allowed Freiburger and
Finnegan to wrench on the thing and deliver it to him. This deal was set up
by a Roadkill fan, Jim Norman of Norman Vinyards in Paso Robles,
California. The road trip involves the '69 El Camino from Episode 4, The
Dog from Episodes 4 and 17, lots of burnouts with the guys from Hot Rod
Ranch - http://www.hotrodranchcustoms.com - and plenty of fun with Alex
Gambino of Gambino Kustoms - http://www.facebook.com/gambino.kustoms
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The Escalade EXT Prototype?
Buildup slideshow and quick trip vid of the 'old' tow truck, '70 C10,
loaded up with 500 inches, Cadillac style.... And yes, it ~is~ Cadillac
500, not 501. 4.3" bore, 4.3" stroke. Some of the 472 Cads had the
numbers "501" printed on their VECI (underhood emissions) label - this was
an unrelated number, looking further, you'd find "472 cu in" printed on the
The beast within never seemed to care what was on the trailer - and from
the driver's seat, even on hills, you'd never know there was even a trailer
~there~ - loaded or not. :-)