*Atomic Punk* The Rod and Custom cover car build-up!
Plowboy's World Famous Atomic Punk! The buildup, from doodles to metalwork to the cover of Rod and Custom, accompanied by the song that served as the inspiration. Now, if only they made spandex pants in size 42, Aaron could relive his Eighties dreams to the fullest...
Leaving SEMA Show 2014 - 60 minutes of Custom Cars
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Asia's Rich Crave Luxury Handmade Cars
Despite the economic outlook, handcrafted luxury cars made in Malaysia are
still in high demand in Asia and the Middle East, with customers willing to
wait up to two years for the car of their dreams.
A hundred car craftsmen are hard at work at this small factory on the
outskirts of Kuala Lumpur.
They polish the elegant body and fit it with custom-made parts. Leather is
cut and stitched by hand to create the seats of the Bufori Motor Car luxury
vehicles which can cost anywhere from 15,000 to 30,000 US dollars.
But despite the hefty price tag, the cars are wildly popular among the rich
in Asia and the Middle East and the factory can't keep up with demand,
despite global economic doldrums.
The business is owned by a family of Lebanese-Australians who started their
business in Sydney, and moved to Malaysia in 1992 to meet the growing
demand from Asian customers.
Gerry Khouri, the founder and managing director of the Bufori company
explains how much time and effort goes into each car.
[Gerry Khouri, Bufori Founder and Managing Director]:
"If you look at a mass-produced car maker, 50 man hours is considered too
much. We are talking 3,500 is how fast this car we can make by hand, and
9,000 for the big one. It's a lot of man hours we got into these cars. We
literally make these cars by hand, we don't buy parts, assemble, and say
that it is a car. We literally make the car from scratch to what you see."
With this many hours put into each car, customers have to wait at least a
year for the car of their dreams to roll off the assembly line.
Tan eHong is a Malaysian entrepreneur who owns a green technology company.
She waited two years for her car—a pale gold four-door Bufori Geneva.
[Tan eHong, Malaysian entrepreneur]:
"It is worth the wait. The beautiful thing is I get to see from the
structure of it from the build up, from the beginning until the end. And
that gives me excitement, the sense of like a baby, you know, from the
infant and grow up."
The fully computerized smart car has enhanced safety measures and the
interior is customized for each owner.
Tan's car has a hot water dispenser for preparing Chinese tea. It also
comes with an aromatherapy function so that Tan can inhale soothing scents
as she travels between work appointments.
Tan said she was first attracted by the beautiful curves of the car.
[Tan eHong, Malaysian entrepreneur]:
"It is to me an art—the passion of beauty, the passion of the classic
look of it, that will last generations to come."
Bufori opened its largest showroom in Shanghai, China, earlier this year,
hoping to attract wealthy Chinese.
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1929 Ford Roadster Hot Rod - UNIQUE & CHEAP HOT ROD
This gives a bit of information on how to build a 1929 Ford Roadster Hot
Rod using C4 Corvette ( 1986 Corvette) suspension and drivetrain
components. Build a nice ride with a small investment of cash. Go to
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2013 Street Rodder Road Tour 1951 Ford Build Time Lapse
Street Rodder Magazine taps Honest Charley Garage to build their flagship
car for the 2013 Street Rodder Road Tour. This project spanned 9 long
months from October 2012 to June 2013. The guys invested thousands of man
hours getting this car right. The result is a fresh take on the classic
shoebox Ford custom. The car has all the lines and custom touches you'd
expect, and adds a wildly modern drive train and contemporary rendition of
the classic business coupe interior. It's a car you expect, full of
genuinely unique ideas and features that set it apart. The boys aimed to
build a car that would make an impact on the custom scene, and did just
that. Check out this time lapse of the entire build process right up until
the reveal of the car at the Chattanooga stop of the 2013 Hot Rod Power
Tour. There are over 26,000 photos shown in this video. It's long at over
15 minutes, but a rare glimpse at the making of a custom street rod, up
close and personal.
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Burn it down!
2 hemis, 14 Carbs and the cold, mean streets of the hood. The first round
goes to the Atomic Punk, but the Pink Freak is no slouch. A small clutch
issue sends up smoke signals that tell the tale of defeat...
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Top 10 Fastest Cars In The World
Top 10 Fastest Cars in the World
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10. Ferrari Enzo
9. Lamborghini Aventador LP700
8. McLaren F1
7. Saleen S7
6. Koenigsegg CCXR
5. SSC Ultimate Aero TT
4. Bugatti Veyron Super
3. Koenigsegg Agera 2013 R
2. Hennessey Venom GT 2013
1. SSC Tuatara
Customized Cars from the Past
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A development of hot rodding, the change in name corresponded to the change
in the design of the cars being modified. The first hot rods were pre-World
War II cars, with running boards and simple fenders over the wheels. Early
model cars (1929 to 1934) were modified by removing the running boards and
either removing the fenders entirely or replacing them with very light
"cycle fenders". Later models usually had "fender skirts" installed on the
rear fenders. Many cars were "hopped up" with engine modifications such as
adding additional carburetors, high compression heads and dual Exhausts. "Engine swaps" were done, the object
of which was to put the most powerful engine in the lightest possible frame
and body combination. The suspension was usually altered. Initially this
involved lowering the rear end as much as possible with the use of
"lowering blocks" on the rear springs. Later cars were given a "rake job"
either adding a "dropped" front axle or heating front coil springs to make
the front end of the car much lower than the rear. Much later some hot rods
and custom cars swapped the old solid rear axle for an independent rear
axle, often from Jaguar. Only rarely was the grille of one make of car
replaced by another; one exception was the 1937 Buick grille, often used on
a Ford. (In the 1950s and 1960s, the grille swap of choice was the 1953 De
Soto.) The original hot rods were plainly painted like the Model A Fords
from which they had been built up, and only slowly begun to take on colors,
and eventually fancy orange-yellow flamed hoods or "candy-like" deep
acrylic finishes in the various colors.
With the change in automobile design to encase the wheels in fenders and to
extend the hood to the full width of the car, the former practices were no
longer possible. In addition, there was tremendous automotive advertising
and subsequent public interest in the new models in the 1950s. Hence custom
cars came into existence, swapping headlamp rings, grilles, bumpers, chrome
side strips, and tail lights, as well as "frenching" and "tunnelling" head-
and taillights. The bodies of the cars were changed by cutting through the
sheet metal, removing bits to make the car lower, welding it back together,
and adding a lot of lead to make the resulting form smooth (hence the term
"lead sled"; lead has been replaced by Bondo). By this means, "chopping"
made the roof lower; "sectioning" made the body thinner from top to bottom.
"Channeling" was cutting notches in the floorpan where the body touches the
frame to lower the whole body. Fins were often added from other cars, or
made up from sheet steel. In the custom car culture, someone who merely
changed the appearance without also substantially improving the performance
was looked down upon.
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