Tag Archives: MimboloveHot rod
At this trip to Home Depot, this was the oldest, and coolest, thing there. Kris bought the finished car from a S. Texas fellow. Powered by a 318 Mopar V8. This car looks even better the closer you get to it. Love the stance, the rarity, the paint and the Cragars. Kris also owns a Rolls-Royce Silver Seraph.
From last year’s Round Up, this stunning and brilliant hot rod. The 1937 Hudson grille and E&J Type 20 headlights are remarkable for sure, but upon close examination, the metal surfaces of the air cleaners, valve covers, etc., are intricately decorated with skulls, etc. I don’t know if they are etched or applied, but the work is outstanding. One of my favorite, and memorable, cars at the show.
This 1933 Pontiac hot rod has been for sale. The seller says that only about seven of these still exist, and that Bonnie and Clyde famously stole one. Very complete hot rod, found it being cared for at Murphos in south Austin, one of my favorite shops. The do first-rate builds and modifications and have won national awards (they also have cool clothes thanks to Liana).
Here are details from the Hemmings advert: Modified original frame, “Fast Boy” front end, power disc brakes, rack & pinion steering, coil over adjustable shocks. Built GM 350 TPI bored .30 over w/competition heads, hot cam, balanced & blue printed making 425 hp. Modified 700 R4 automatic w/overdrive, GM 4:11 Positrac, 4 leaf springs & air shocks. Power steering, A/C, tilt wheel, Radio & CD w/ipod control. $35,000 obo. What’s not to like about that? Plus rare and handsome.