Rat Rods … Yes!

Rat Rods are cool, and I am here to give you of my 10 reasons why I love them: 1)They are inexpensive to develop– You do not require rust complimentary metal, so you are frequently able to put automobiles back on the roadway that never ever would have been brought back otherwise. 2)You can develop…

1933 Plymouth Hot Rod: Burnouts and Shredding Tires

I’ve been waiting for quite a while to shoot my friend TJ’s amazing ’33 Plymouth. This build is incredible. Fully hand built from the ground up by TJ Russell – Russell Built Fabrications. 1933 Plymouth Hot Rod ~ Spoke Wheel 1933 Plymouth Hot Rod ~ Chassis and Engine 1933 Plymouth Hot Rod ~ Engine 1933…

Don Wickstrum’s 1946 Dodge Turbo Diesel Truck

HomeRoadkillersDon Wickstrum’s 1946 Dodge Turbo Diesel Truck Don Wickstrum offers us the rundown and a flight along in “Joe”, his ’46 Dodge truck developed as a homage to his uncle, as he utilized parts from his Uncle Joe’s old truck to finish the job. Don’s Dodge sports a 4BT Cummins diesel and a turbo he…

1940 Dodge Milk Truck Rat Rod

Urban Hillbilly Videos overtook this mean Milk Truck at Wrenchfest in St. Louis, MO. . This distinct 1948 Dodge Milk Truck from Holland Dairy has actually been returned on the streets with a couple of obtained parts. The owner of the truck had it for about 3 years and was uncertain of what would come…

Rat Rod Truck: Diesel Dually Dodge, Edition

Rat Rod Trucks aren’t something you get to see every day, so when you really get to lay your eyes on one, taking it all in with several pictures is a requirement. This next rat rod truck is, in fact, an old Dodge, and as you can see, it’s absolutely done and simply where the…