Rat Rod Tow Truck "Wrecked Wrecker"

'66 chevy tow truck I saw at the '10 Pittsburgh World of Wheels EDIT: I disallowed comments on this video because they were either "Sick, I love it!" or "What a piece of shit, rable rable rable!". I don't care which of the two types of comments were posted. I just don't want anymore notifications in my inbox.

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