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Yesterdays Iron Todays Rats
 

Oh Rats!

Yesterdays Iron Todays Rats
 
Posted September 5 2008 03:35 PM by Bob Ryder 
Filed under: Opinions, Observations, Opinions, Tech Tips, Trend Observations, Funny Stories, Classic Truck Trends

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A few years back, I noticed a new rod scene as old rusty decayed carcasses, were being drug out of barns, sheids, discovered under decades of underbrush, and open fields. An old truck trend was born "Rat Rods".


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Now that we have had a couple of years to digest the Rat Rod / Farm Rod scene. What do you think?
I have recently scene a different off shoot of the Rat Rod look. This Polished Rat Rod look reflects a clear painted frame, suspension, and body or a opac painted, polished body, frame and detailed engine with skinny wheels and tall tires. This new nitch in early model iron, I think they will draw attention to more custom enthusiasts that don't want to be part of the rust 'n dust crowd.

Remeber, Old Guys Rule
Bob Ryder



1 comments
schultzybeckett
schultzybeckett

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