1939 Chevrolet Ratrod built by 3 long time friends. Visit
www.projecthuh.com for the complete build.
Rat Rod / rust appeal
Back Alley Filth doesn't get any better than this ratical machine ! Powered
by a fully built 463 Chevy engine, that cranks out 540 HP with nearly 600
Ft Pounds of Torque, you are assured a hard pounding ride. Slammed back in
the seat most of the forward view is the Ingelese Eight-Stack Manifold
capped with four Weber carbs. This chopped '31 Ford is hard to beat ! It's
truely a BEAST !!!
Rum Runner Rat Rod 47 Chev
"The Rum Runner" 1947 Chev 1 ton I chopped the roof 6" and channelled the
cab 4" and lowered the frame 10". It has a 350 stroker, Offenhauser high
rise, twin 500-CFM Edlebrock carb's a Stage II 700-R4 Transmission with
a Ford-9" rear differential. The truck hauled grain in Saskatchewan for 45
year's, it now haul's ass in Alberta!!!
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!
New Skool Rat Rod
Just a Short film ... This is my 1st shot at messing with Video Editing,
still a lot to Learn.... Filmed in Grand Junction, CO
Larry's Diesel Rat Rod
This is one spooky Hot Rod...just looks like something that would start
following you out of no ware..ck it out!!!!
welderup tv promo piece featuring the diesel rod,powered by a twin turbo Cummins diesel motor 12 valve.
1939 International Rat Rod
Showtime Auto Refinishing's latest creation, a 1939 International Pickup
that will serve as a Shop Truck.
The truck runs a 454 Big Block Chevy with a Comp XE274H cam, Edelbrock
Performer intake with an 800 carb, modified headers, and a MSD distributor,
a 700R4 with a stage 2 shift kit and a mild stall, the rear end is a 3.23
posi out of an '83 Z28. The aluminum rad is custom made by BS&B in Ontario.
The frame is a Showtime Kustom Frame out of 2x4" steel using original
X-members and Speedway suspension and straight axle.
Showtime operates out of Camrose, Alberta, Canada.