The Hob Rod is quite a monstrosity in the hot rod world - long pickup truck from the '30s, now with blown engine and a channeled, chopped and slanted body with door panels and roof mounted at a *slight* angle - the actual pickoupé in a premium size!
Crafted to handle the infamous salt flats races at Bonneville Speedway. This orange gas guzzler is powered by a supercharged V6 engine that is tad too big... Wait, no. There is no such thing as a "too big" engine when dealing with hot rods, is it? Torque is what matters.
She is a classic example of a hot rod touched by the kustom kulture, with classic elements as an overpowered engine plant, suicide doors, decorative elements and generous chopping.
Features: ► mountain V6 cammer engine with moving pistons and Iron Cross-decorated cylinder heads ► blower with rotating pulley + bugcatcher & carburetor + external tachometer and oil pressure gauge ► radiator with a tiny-tiny puke can + a set of headers and classy exhausts ► working differential and transmission ► 30's classic link steering connected to steering wheel and a HOG (all featuring an intricate steering vs. transmission bypass system) ► detailed cockpit with a steering wheel, dashboard, custom skull-shaped gear shifter and comfy channeled couch for two ► slanted roof and roomy bed for that pickoupé feeling everybody desires ► locking, rear hinged "suicide" doors with shaved handles and slanted edges ► exposed suicide front axle + wide, leaf spring-suspended rear axle for perfect control at salt flats ► rolled pan rear bumper and a club plaque