Discussion in 'Reality Check' started by PitBull, Feb 18, 2009.
oh my sweet fuck that is a nice car. How much is it worth?
How is it street legal with no fenders?
That'd be fun to tool around in.
A friend of mine is building a 31' Nash that looks very very similar to that. I almost thought it was the Nash when I first clicked on it
Wasn't required in 1934.
I've seen other older cars that people still had problems with having them street legal here because of fenders. There's a local guy who keeps his hot rod registered in Maine so he can drive it. He just hops on the cat ferry and gets it checked out over there. I'm probably wrong here, going by what I've heard
I expected to see some POS.
seeing that was a pleasant surprise
404 Rat Rod not found
Needs more rust/flat paint.
If its registered as an antique (which it would be) there would be no issues putting that on the road.
That is a beauty. Never seen it around before though.
Neither have I. So I'd take it with a grain of salt (I've seen fake ads before). Work recently blocked some stuff - I can't view the full screen images so I can't see anything other than the previews.
that is and awesome rig. looks like I might have to sell the rabbit to get that. think it would be good in the winter here?
True dat. Here are a few pics of what I consider to be "rat rods" from the Woodside show this past summer. These guys got away with no fenders.
Nice, that last truck lives in yarmouth now
I'll see if I can dig up some pics when I get a chance. A buddy of mine is in one of the clubs in Edmonton (Creepers), and his brother is in one of them here in Calgary (Diablos).
I've gone to their shows the last two summers. Some serious rat rod's there...
Yeah - it's more Hot Rod than Rat Rod (why I put the former in the title).
That is slick. I would definitely cruise in something like that.
Bad ass for sure, I love rat rods.
Now that I'm home and can see the full res version, I think it qualifies as a rat rod. Not all rat rods have to be falling apart.