Chris Flood’s 1931 Ford Rat Rod is the May Calendar Car, and a star in its own right.
You may remember our story about Luke Merrill and the ’65 C10 on which he did a $600 restoration. That was actually a few years ago. He’s come a long way since then.
Rat Rods are becoming more and more popular as the days go by. Building a Rat Rod is very doable, and with the help of a few people you can have an extremely special Rat Rod.
Perhaps one of the most extravagant builds featured on this site, this ‘28 Dodge Sedan from Las Vegas’ Welder Up is nothing short of extraordinary.
The Model A is used by many to fulfill their rat rod dreams. While this build might ruffle the feathers of a few grumpy old crows, it is one of the most exceptional.
We’ve got tons of photos of the Lone Star Roundup show in Austin, TX.