Vintage lettering and door advertising have been a very popular treatment to rat rods and patina rides over the past years. Whether authentic or not, there is a sense of nostalgia when you see a vehicle that has hearkens back to days gone… Read More »
With its already-chopped top and long-gone drivetrain, this 1951 Chrysler Windsor coupe in Arrington, Tennessee will never be put back to stock, and thank heavens for that! Certainly, the bidders here on eBay each have a unique vision of how to make this rat-ified… Read More »
This 1927 Ford body has been chopped and put on a custom frame. The car is located in Tumbling Shoals, Arkansas. It has a starting bid price of $16,000 and no indicated reserve. You can find more on eBay.
Just in time for Halloween, this matte black rat yearns to cross paths with a new owner. Posted here on Springfield, Missouri craigslist, it began life as a 1960 Volkswagen Beetle, a humble servant of the people. Surgery at the hands of a… Read More »
Low and chopped: two words associated with nearly any rat rod worth its salt. This 1927 Ford Model T is extensively modified with custom bodywork, suspension, and a modified flathead V8. The seller is new to eBay with no sales or feedback to… Read More »
Although the seller maintains this is “not a rat rod” in the advertisement here on craigslist, I’d argue that this combination of a 1926 Buick McLaughlin and a Jaguar V12 qualifies as one of the “baddest hot rods online.” It’s located in Lewiston,… Read More »