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Hot Rods in Manitoba Canada
Check out the hot rod renaissance in Project X during SEMA 2007. The designers offer insight into the rebirth of the classic '57 Chevy Hot Rod. With the new 427 Crate motor in it, any classic car can be a hot rod. Check out the rest of IGotShotgun's SEMA 2007 coverage!
Hi Tek Hot Rods on hand made new Corvetts
This clip features the Storm Hot Rod Pro Stock Pearl bowling ball being thrown by BuddiesProShop**** staff member, Tim Gillick
Custom Hot Rod on the 101...
The designs of Kelly Gray's Royal Underground fashion line meet the Chevy Camaro Bumble Bee, the HUMMER H3R and the e85 Hot Rod at GM Style.
Rocko loves to hot rod around with his daddy.
This 1950's automobile history and educational video was made to teach kids interested in hot rods about the safe way to drag race. Produced in conjunction with Hot Rod Magazine and featuring many vintage hot rods, classic cars, custom rat rods, street rods, and footage of a real Indy 500, this film is a must see for all automobile, drag racing history, and general gearhead enthusiasts. The main character of the film is a new boy in town who is shunned for his dangerous driving practices by the locals. Puzzled, he tries to find out why no one is impressed by his reckless driving, which leads him to the local drag racing community. They show him how they’ve cleaned up the sport by introducing rules, car safety, speed regulation, and special drag strips while getting rid of the aggressive driving and road rage. This drag racing video is historically significant for its great Indy 500 footage as well as American hot rods, a gem in the history of the automobile.
filmed at Hi Tek Hot Rods in Dayton Ohio 2008
A scene from Speed.
Hot rods are typically American cars with large engines modified for linear speed. Nobody knows for sure the origin of the term "hot rod." One explanation is that the term is a contraction of "hot roadster," meaning a roadster that was modified for speed. Open roadsters were the cars of choice to modify because they were light. Hot Rod may also refer to the connecting rods, cam, or pushrods inside the engine or to the exposed frame rails of such an automobile. It has also been noted that burning out the connecting rod bearings was a very common failure mode for souped up four-cylinder Fords, particularly the Model T, and "hot rod" could refer to that phenomenon. It was adopted in the 1930s or 1940s as the name of a car that had been "hopped up" by modifying the engine in various ways to achieve higher performance.