It’s always refreshing to see creativity used to the fullest advantages on a hot rod. This evil looking rod is slightly extended in the nose region due to the front mounted roots type blower! WUT!? Yes, settle down now. . . . → Read More: Superchargers Are Always In The Way… Or Are They?
Fast forward several weeks, I’m at a different car show, and I see this truck-shaped beauty. From a distance I thought it was quite cool because you don’t see many of this body style out there in the wild. I walked up to it, and meandered around to the drivers side to find something spectacular. On the side of this truck, in some kind of chalk or wax pencil read: . . . → Read More: It’s Important To Thank Those That Give Sound Advice.
It’s low. It’s menacing. It’s basically everything I have ever wanted. After spending about 15-20 minutes staring at this truck from every angle, I can assure you that it is bigger and badder in person than it is in the photos. . . . → Read More: It’s low. It’s menacing. It’s basically everything I have ever wanted.
To start off the week, I’ll post up one of my favorites. It’s a 1953 Dodge B Series Truck that I had originally spotted (pre-roof chop) over on killbillet.com several months ago. Back then I was thoroughly impressed at how little money he spent building it. His truck’s ratio of greatness to dollars spent was completely off the charts. Sure enough, he had made the trek all the way from New York to the depths of Massachusetts to be part of this amazing event. Simply fantastic. . . . → Read More: 1953 Dodge Truck: A Lesson In Kustom.
At the recent monthly swap meet I spotted a derelict looking, rusty wrecker. It instantly reminded me of the steampunk zombie apocalypse survival vehicle that we had talked about a couple of weeks ago, and it easily sucked me in for a closer look. From every angle this thing was an absolute monster. . . . → Read More: Old Rusty Tow Trucks Are Frightening
Seeing a Cord is a rarity, so I obviously had to post it up for your enjoyment. . . . → Read More: You Just Don’t See Cord’s That Often.
Eventually, your car will need new brake pads and rotors. Don’t bother trying to escape it, because you can’t. If you are lucky though, you have a car that doesn’t have the stupid phillips head screws holding the rotors on to the hubs. I was unfortunately not so lucky recently, but I have destroyed enough of these little screws to eventually figure out a way to get them out. Guess what else? I’m going to show you how! . . . → Read More: How To Get The Phillips Screw Out Of The Brake Rotor