Some articles on rod, hot rods, hot rod, rods:
... Initially he began in the Super Rod formula racing with the locally based Spedeworth International racing at Wimbledon and Aldershot ... In 1980 he moved to the 1600cc Hot Rods and for a short period of time he raced both achieving London Champion title in both cars ... After this title he became the English Champion in the Hot Rods ...
... Coddington grew up in Rupert, Idaho, reading all the car and hot rod magazines he could, and got his first car (a 1931 Chevrolet truck) at age 8 ... In 1968, he moved to California building hot rods by day and working as a machinist at Disneyland during the night ... He soon became known for building unique hot rods and in 1977 he opened his own shop, Hot Rods by Boyd, in Cypress, California ...
... imaginative, out-sized monstrosities driving representations of the hot rods that he and his contemporaries built ... craze, but Roth was certainly the man who widely popularized the "Monsters in hot rods" art form ... This fiberglass Kustom hot rod was featured in the January 1960 issue of Car Craft ...
... Hot Rods are a non-contact formula where the vehicles are based on road cars, or resemble road cars ... Other Hot Rod categories do make use of standard production body/chassis ... Classes include- National Hot Rods, 2 litre Hot Rods, Stock Rods, Lightning Rods, Rookie Rods, Junior Rods, MASCAR Other non-contact categories which might be included as ...
Famous quotes containing the words rods and/or hot:
“At length, having come up fifty rods off, he uttered one of those prolonged howls, as if calling on the god of loons to aid him, and immediately there came a wind from the east and rippled the surface, and filled the whole air with misty rain, and I was impressed as if it were the prayer of the loon answered, and his god was angry with me; and so I left him disappearing far away on the tumultuous surface.”
—Henry David Thoreau (18171862)
“But the hot hell that always in him burns,
Though in mid Heaven, soon ended his delight,
And tortures him now more, the more he sees
Of pleasure not for him ordained. Then soon
Fierce hate he recollects, and all his thoughts
Of mischief, gratulating, thus excites:”
—John Milton (16081674)