As a contributor here on Rat Rods and over at Barn Finds, I am always writing about other peoples vehicles and trying to piece together their backstory from a few photos and ad information. With this article, I get to write about a vehicle… 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 »
There have been numerous articles and videos documenting Scott Birdsall’s 1949 Ford truck, nicknamed Old Smokey F1. Built for SEMA 2016 by Chuckles Garage in Santa Rosa, California, the truck combines turbo-diesel power with nitrous for a 200mph tire-shredding, transmission crunching monster! An… Read More »