Hot Rod - Gallery

Gallery

  • The iconic T-bucket. Also features dropped tube axle, transverse front leaf spring, and front disc brakes.

  • Deuce roadster featuring '32 grille shell, larger "commercial vehicle" headlights, chrome dropped I-beam axle and tube shocks. Note stock frame rails (extended frame horns), disc brakes, sprint car pipes.

  • Deuce roadster with bobbed frame, dropped axle, disc brakes, and coilovers. Note the contrast with the stock frame rails.

  • "Rat rod" '29 Model A" coupe with a '32 grille shell, upgraded brakes, "bobbed" frame rails, body channeled below top of frame, etc. and a '48-53 Ford flathead V8 equipped with chrome carb hats.

  • Flamed Fiat Topolino.

  • Ghost flames, a contemporary concept

  • 3 deuces closeup

  • A "puke can" (radiator overflow reservoir)

  • A mid '50s Chrysler 392 Hemi in a "rat rod".

  • Rat rod

  • Volksrod based on a Type 1.

  • '32 Bantam roadster with mags, disk brakes, hatpins, bugcatcher scoop, roll hoops, & custom interior

  • 1934 Chevrolet Standard

  • Red Volkswagen at the 2010 Volksfest, South Australia

  • Twin Ford coupes.

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