1927 Ford Model T Track-Nose Roadster by Jack Thompson

This Ford Model T Track-Nose is one of the most well-known hot rods of its era, it was built by Jack Thompson with help from Claude Hampson, and it appeared in the August 1958 issue of Hot Rod Magazine. Track-Nose hot rods have a distinctive look that sets them apart from their more traditional counterparts,…

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1959 Troy Custom Roadster

The Troy Custom Roadster was built in 1959 by Wally Troy and his team in Illinois. Up until this point, Wally had been better known as the first Jaguar dealer in his state, at a time when Jaguar was building some of their most iconic vehicles including the Mark 2, the D-Type, the and the…

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1932 Ford ‘Hi-Boy’ Roadster

The 1932 Ford is a car that defied its humble beginnings to become one of the most iconic and important cars ever produced in America. Hot rod history buffs will tell you that the term “hot rod” was coined in the 1930s or ’40s as a reference to the hot camshafts typically fitted to the…

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Ford Model T/A Dirt Track Roadster

Dirt track racing is an American institution, the simple set up of the race track means that it’s a style of racing that could be enjoyed in both country towns and larger cities – and as a spectator you can get close to the action, often separated by just a flimsy wire fence. The cars…

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1968 Toyota Corona Hot Rod

The humble Toyota Corona isn’t a car that you’d usually associate with the Californian hot rod scene – the model was first introduced in 1957 as a reliable, economical, and clinically boring family sedan. In 1968 the Toyota Corona Mark II was released with styling by Italian legend Battista Farina, it was still an economical…

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1932 Ford Model 18 Edsel Ford Speedster

The 1932 Ford Model 18 Edsel Ford Speedster was developed by Henry Ford’s son and President of Ford – Edsel B. Ford. Whereas Henry was a hard-nosed man who had grown up on a farm, and thus valued practicality above all else, Edsel was a natural born artist who deeply valued aesthetics – he owned…

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1932 Ford 5-Window Hot Rod

The 1932 Ford is by far the most common base for hot rodding in the United States, the model is often referred to as the “Deuce” as a reference to the year it was made. The reason it was so popular is relatively straight forward, it could be ordered with the first genuinely affordable V8…

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Jet-Hot Double Down By Fuller Moto

The Jet-Hot Double Down is a vehicle that you’ve likely seen before. This time however there’s some new information about it that’ll likely interest the wealthier amongst you – it’s for sale. Fuller Moto built the extraordinary AWD 825 horsepower behemoth in 2013 for Jet-Hot Coatings, and it almost broke the internet when images of…

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1932 Ford 5-Window Coupe Body

Ford announced at SEMA in November 2013 that it had partnered up with United Pacific Industries to produce stamped steel bodies for the still very much in demand 1932 Ford 5-Window Coupe. The bodies are stamped from original gauge steel using the original machinery where possible, or using new machines built to original specifications. If…

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