1969 Chevrolet Camaro ZL 1 Convertible – Designed by Doug Evans of HOT ROD magazine. Hot Rod licensed Jim Barber of Classic Automotive Restoration Specialist (CARS) to build HOT ROD 1. Only 69 of these hand built cars will ever be built. There will never be another one like this Camaro. Hot Rod #2, is the only red car with a limited edition (only 200 built) ZL 1 all aluminum 454 to ever be built. For the most part a stock appearing Camaro with the latest in automotive engineering products such as a Tremec 5 speed, Fat man stage III front suspension, Detroit Speed Quadra link coil-over rear with mini tubs, Moser 12 bolt, SSBC brakes, ultra leather upholstery, Vintage air, Budnik wheels and much more. Hot Rod history built by the best. Click on Read more for images!
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RK Motors Charlotte offers this awe-inspiring powerful 1932 Ford Roadster with 502/510 HP. Such fancy hot rod is estimated at US $119,900.00 and here are the details with many photos! Check out the car description quoted:
In the world of modern hot rodding, a top notch build is all about components and pedigree. That’s why Boyd Coddington was dubbed ‘The Hot Rod King’. He had an uncanny ability to take a vintage car and radically transform it using custom fabricated components and a keen eye for outrageous design. During the 90s Coddington hired a talented young designer by the name of Chip Foose and together they would create some of the most timeless and unique hot rods ever put on four wheels. Based on the Boydster show car originally penned by Chip Foose, this spectacular 1932 Boydster roadster features the absolute best of everything from its custom pearl flames to its fully chromed 502 Ram jet engine; and in addition to being a feature car in American Rodder magazine, has taken home trophies from some of the most exclusive hot rod shows in the country. Read more and check out the super gallery!
Rob Kinnan from HOT ROD Magazine takes a brand new 2011 Shelby GT350 Mustang out for a quick test drive in the hills outside of Las Vegas. This car features several special modifications from Shelby to link it to the 1965 GT350. The supercharger on this car cranks out 525 horsepower and Rob does a massive burnout in this video to showcase that grunt. Watch the video!
Gary owns approximately 80 hot rods, customs, muscle cars, and classics, every one of which is a driver, and any one of which would have been welcome at the Americruise. Boesch Hot Rod Concepts in Humphrey, Nebraska, built the Corvette in 2003, but not for Gary. It belonged to a friend of his, but Gary had always shown interest in it. Gary’s wife Sue finally bought the car and gave it to him as a Christmas present in 2004. When the Corvette first showed up at Boesch, it was a former fuel-injected car with no engine and a mangled front clip. Rather than restore the car to its original condition, the decision was made to build it as a one-of-a-kind custom. The factory frame was replaced with a custom full-tube skeleton hanging more up-to-date Corvette components and Air Ride Technologies ShockWaves air shocks.