2013 Street Rodder Road Tour 1951 Ford Roof Chop
Street Rodder Magazine taps Honest Charley Garage to build their flagship
car for the 2013 Street Rodder Road Tour. Richard Marter and Delton Scott
tackle the roof chop to bring the 51 Ford one step closer to the rendering
supplied by Street Rodder Magazine.
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1951 Ford Shoebox Custom Ratrod Leadsled Chopped n' Bagged
1951 Chopped So-Cal Shoebox: Mustang 5.0 motor with auto trans,
front and rear air ride set up, c-sectioned frame and four link rear end
with drop spindles in front, car lays frame. 1954 Ford Customline dash,
Chrysler tail lights and Foxcraft skirts. Runs great and is very fast.
Lamorghini Miura Unearthed | Chasing Classic Cars
Wayne takes a quick pit stop in the Midwest to inspect a rare Lamborghini
hidden for years in a decrepit garage. | For more Chasing Classic Cars,
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Hot Rod Custom Cadillac parked on the street at the Monterey Car Auction
August 2009.....How fast can a parked Cadillac go?.... Art Deco
Streamlined, Chopped, Lowered and just cool. Very nice body and finish
RAT ROD. CRAZY SUPERCAR. MUST SEE!!!!!!!
RAT ROD MAD MODS AT South Florida's Hottest Classic Car Show 2012
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Lamborghini Miura SV catches fire in central London
Chopped Top Bare Metal Dodge Coronet at SEMA from Eastwood
Check out this Dodge Coronet we found at the SEMA show in Las Vegas - Hemi
motor, radical chop, air brakes from a semi, VW headlights and tailights,
and much more - very cool - check it out.
This video is from the SEMA show in Las Vegas, 2011 - the world's largest
show. It's amazing and it's 4 days long and you can't see it all in four
days - and Eastwood was there.
Mitch Allread: Don't Call it a Rat Rod... - /BIG MUSCLE
It packs a 400 hp diesel out of a Ford F-350, a Dana 80 rear-end, and a
look and feel that would make Max Rockatansky feel right at home. This is
Mitch Allread's custom fabricated creation and it is, without a doubt, one
of the coolest things on the road today. This is a machine that transcends
the traditional hot rod formula by breaking down borders and setting its
Whereas most hot-rods are built by custom shops utilizing parts from mail
order catalogs, Mitch took a different approach and fabricated just about
everything on his ride by hand. Calling this a rat-rod would be an insult -
a work of art however... that'd be just fine.