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Feb 12
11:51 am
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vipertruck99:

A new level of hotrod awesome has been discovered..

vipertruck99:

A new level of hotrod awesome has been discovered..

(Source: oldschoolgarage)

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Feb 11
8:30 pm
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vipertruck99:

enginedynamicsinc:

Built / fabricated from the ground up by Jeb Greenstone @ Cutworm Specialties Inc. - Hot Rods built from Scratch

The devil is in the details…true for most of life.

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Feb 10
8:30 pm
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Feb 9
8:30 pm
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Bugatti Aerolithe
\http://www.autoweek.com/article/20130204/carnews01/130209942

Bugatti Aerolithe

\http://www.autoweek.com/article/20130204/carnews01/130209942

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Feb 8
8:30 pm
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traditionalrods:

Traditional Rods.

Pure awesome.  Looks like the gas tank is by his side.  No radiator?  Just a couple of water tanks?  Must be for drag racing.  I love that there’s just a hint of a cowl, just a nod to what should be.

traditionalrods:

Traditional Rods.

Pure awesome.  Looks like the gas tank is by his side.  No radiator?  Just a couple of water tanks?  Must be for drag racing.  I love that there’s just a hint of a cowl, just a nod to what should be.

(via bikefreak)

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Feb 7
8:30 pm
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steampunkvehicles:

Truck for hauling bomber parts.  Two engines on some models!  I like how the engine tray slides out. 

http://community.livejournal.com/shushpanzer_ru

Further along in the COE development you have these beasts, built for the military to haul bomber parts.  They must have encountered engine access troubles- before the invention of the tilt cab (I think?)- and designed this sweet slide-out engine tray.   Wish my truck had one.  Some of these bad boys had two engines, and two side-by-side rear ends, like in the last photo.

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PHOTOSET
Feb 6
8:30 pm
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Apparently, when Ford designed these cab-over-engine trucks, they kept the  original fenders, motor position & chassis, & radiator shell, and just… sat their standard cab over top of it and filled in the gaps with sheet metal.  The result looks weird, but when they get old and ratty, they look terrifying!
(Given that the black truck is a car hauler it’s possible it was a homebuilt imitation)

Apparently, when Ford designed these cab-over-engine trucks, they kept the  original fenders, motor position & chassis, & radiator shell, and just… sat their standard cab over top of it and filled in the gaps with sheet metal.  The result looks weird, but when they get old and ratty, they look terrifying!

(Given that the black truck is a car hauler it’s possible it was a homebuilt imitation)

(Source: truquetructruk, via ozawatevsuya)

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Feb 5
8:30 pm
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Feb 4
8:30 pm
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Feb 3
8:30 pm
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