Hot Rod Trucks

Collection by Darrell Westerman • Last updated 4 weeks ago


Trucks , nothing but Hot Rods with a pickup bed. Hot rods as vehicles that have been modified for looks and speed. Shiny and Go Fast. Is the motto, but does include Rat Rods because of all the modifications, but paint usually helps

Darrell Westerman

1931 Ford Model A Pickup

This 1931 Ford Model A is a modified pickup powered by a 327ci Chevy V8, which was reportedly installed around 2005. The seller purchased the truck from the builder in 2011, and an Edelbrock intake manifold has also been fitted along with dual four-barrel craburetors. Other modifications include front disc brakes, rear coilovers, and more.

World of Wheels Part Two: Muscle Cars, Hot Rods, and Mary Ann Too!

Once again, as temperatures start to dive past freezing, gear heads need something to do to help them cope with their affliction. In the eastern section of Tennessee, that was accomplished by taking a trip to the beautiful convention... more»

Morbid Rodz

Morbid Rodz is blog dedicated to posting the best vintage cars, hot rods, and kustoms.

Coker Tire Presents the Rod & Custom Fab 5

We found the Fab 5 presented by Coker Tire this year by canvassing each and every corner of the NSRA nationals to come up with a wicked combination of hot rods.

28/29 Ford Closed Cab pickup pics Wanted

i have a wooden top on my truck and I fiberglassed over the wood but i need something for the back and sides where the wood meets the a...


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Chops's Place: Photo

Posting photos via my Insta account for my shop.. and images from others on Tumblr - Based in Brisbane, Queensland, Australia -

1951 STUDEBAKER CUSTOM PICKUP - Barrett-Jackson Auction Company - World's Greatest Collector Car Auctions

Sold* at Scottsdale 2015 - Lot #1561 1951 STUDEBAKER CUSTOM PICKUP

The First Jalopy Jam-Up

The first ever Jalopy Jam-Up, held in Frontier Ghost Town in Durham, Ontario, Canada, boasted over 200 cars and 500 visitors by the weekend's end