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1932 Model-A Rat Rod Diesel Pickup
1932 Model-A Rat Rod Diesel Pickup

1932 Model-A Rat Rod Diesel Pickup

Filed in Ford Model A, Rat Rod by on February 21, 2017 • views: 826

The ’32 Model A Truck seen here is the creation of master rat rod builder Steve Darnell (Vegas Rat Rods). According to Steve, “I built it as part of a promotional deal for Red Rock Harley-Davidson,” Steve explains. “I hired some helpers, and we built the entire thing in five weeks, in a tent in front […]


The Ford Pygmy & GPW views: 48

(Ford Pygmy Prototype) As World War II was breaking out in Europe, the United States Army was rushing to come up with a light reconnaissance vehicle, small weapons carrier, and personnel transport that would replace automobiles and motorcycles with sidecars. The requirements for this new vehicle would be: Weight not to exceed 1200 pounds (increased to […]

Aaron Kaufman – New Shop – Website – Fun Hundred Run views: 552

We reported to you back in April (click HERE) that Aaron Kaufman was leaving Gas Monkey Garage (Fast & Loud), and starting his own business specializing in Ford F-100’s. Well, true to his word, he’s getting things together and now has a website up promoting his business – Arclight Fabrication. Aaron’s new site has an […]

Fabtech 2017 F-250 Super Duty views: 254

Ford truck enthusiasts having been waiting for the blue oval to release it’s latest version of its Super Duty. The new design offers a lightweight aluminum body that sheds hundreds of pounds, along with a stronger frame. The driveline was upgraded to handle the increase in power and torque (over 900 ft-lbs) of the 6.7L […]

Old Smokey 1949 Ford F1 views: 901

Why’s this rusted Ford F1 built by Chuckles Garage out of Santa Rosa, California, so great? Maybe it’s due to its 1,200-horsepower and 2,000 lb-ft of torque powerplant consisting of 5.9 L Cummins inline-six diesel engine, Nitrous Express NXD diesel nitrous system, and Industrial Injection Silver Bullet 66 mm and Big Brother Schwitzer Series 91 […]