Tag: chevy

Capital Region Customs ’33 Chevy Rat Rod

Bad ass rat rod..

“Kevin Wood’s 1933 Chevy sitting on a hand built frame with Air-ride. Chopped heavily with exposed 1930s bare sheet metal. Powder coat accents and suspension all done in house. Mild SBC with one off stainless headers. Inside is loaded up with detailed bead work in a consistent diamond pleat design including hand rolled copper door panels and console. All the look and sound one expects from a modern day rat rod with the attention to detail of a quality hot rod.
All cinematography and editing done by Dan Zielinski.”

Mooneyes Hot Rod & Custom Show 2013

So far the best video on the interweb of the Mooneyes Hot Rod & Custom Show 2013.

“Los Boulevardos Car Club and friends visit Yokohama Japan for the Mooneyes Hot Rod & Custom Show 2013.
22nd Annual Yokohama Hot Rod Custom Show 2013
Spectators: 15,000 (over 500 international, 180 foreign/domestic media)
Show Cars: 280
Show Motorcycles: 650
Vendor Booths: 270
yokohamahotrodcustomshow.com ”


I always like to watch these short docu movies.

“Bomb Factory NOLA is a hot rod and restoration shop located in New Orleans’ Ninth Ward. In this film, Charles Handler and Trey Hansen discuss their passion for the cars coming though their shop and the people who own them.”

Everything Comes from the Streets

“The origins of lowriding in the Chican@ community have been commonly traced back to the streets of East Los Angeles or Española, New Mexico. San Diego and the surrounding borderlands are often overlooked for its rich car customizing lowrider history despite the fact that some of the earliest and most active lowriding car clubs in the country were started there. A very distinct story of lowriding emerged here (more…)

Keeping the Passion Alive

eGarage.com has stepped up their game, they produce good quality movies and this is one of them.

Check them out on eGarage.com

“Brian and Samantha Styles keep their collection of ferocious creatures (i.e. muscle cars) in a space they call “The Zoo”. Step inside, enjoy yourself, feed the animals, and don’t forget to take pictures!”