1937 Dodge Coupe Rat Rod
This is a 1951 Hudson Hornet Rat Rod that sports an old patina paint job with tons of hand painted art work and lettering. It has a finish that usually seen on old race cars of the 1950s and 1960s. It has stock steering and suspension. New interior, headliner and factory gauges.
It is equipped with a 292 Chevrolet six cylinder that is rated at 180 horsepower. Engine features include a Offenhauser Intake Manifold, dual carburetors, finned valve covers, high lift cam, 198 marine head for that Twin H Power look. Includes a 350 automatic transmission.
This Is One Special Car - 1929 Ford Rat Rod with a 6.5 inch chop to the cab. Custom boxed and Z'd frame with air ride suspension. It is equipped with a 355 cubic inch V-8 that develops lots of horsepower. The transmission is a 700R4 and Camaro rear end.
Other features include new Edlebrock carb, Edlebrock valve covers, front disk brakes, 20 inch steel rear wheels, Speedway front solid axle, 4 link bag over bar rear air ride, electric fan and MP3 stereo with speakers.
This is a 1929 Ford Sedan called “All Cashed Out” It was built on the TV show Rebel Road that aired on The Discovery channel. It was built by Ricky Bobby Rod Shop and was shown at the Detroit Autorama in 2014.
The first-generation Ford F-Series is a series of pickup trucks and commercial vehicles produced by Ford Motor Company. Introduced in 1948, the F-Series was the first post-war truck design from Ford.
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From Rat Rod Magazine - Very excited to release our next cover [in stores Sep], featuring Danielle Colby, American Pickers and Mike Wolfe's '32 Ford. (as seen on season 6 episode 6) Not only is Danielle one of the coolest people on earth, she is also our most requested interview EVER... which makes this humble editor very very happy. You will not be disappointed.
This is a 1933 Dodge Roadster Rat Rod that is powered by a 1968 Corvette 427 Big block Rat Engine and a TH400 transmission. The frame is made of professionally welded 2x4 tubing. Features include a Edelbrock Tunnel Ram intake, two 4 barrel Holleys, electric fuel pump, Mallory Unilite distributor, 3 row Aluminum Champion Radiator, 11 gallon gas tank, 1931 Ford Suicide drop axle up front, 1959 Oldsmobile rear end and 1936 Auburn headlight buckets.
If you are looking for something other than a Ford Rat Rod then this fresh barn find is for you. For sale is a 1934 International Harvester. This 1/2 Ton Truck that has been sitting in Southern New Mexico for the past 50+ years.