Joe Stuban’s 1932 Ford Hi-boy built by Greening Auto Company and M&M Hot Rod interiors and custom chassis by Roadster Shop.

Joe Stuban’s 1932 Ford Hi-boy built by Greening Auto Company and M&M Hot Rod interiors and custom chassis by Roadster Shop.

beautiful Lamborghini Aventador Hot Stuff! Orange Lamborghini Aventador sweet & clean

Foto 3 de 6 de la galería ford-roadster-1932-double-down en Motorpasión

Foto 3 de 6 de la galería ford-roadster-1932-double-down en Motorpasión

The December Picture of the Month winners have been announced over on The Factory Five Forum and this month’s overall winner is Erik H. and his ’33 Hot Rod! Erik’s picture also won the Hot Rod picture of the month contest.

The December Picture of the Month winners have been announced over on The Factory Five Forum and this month’s overall winner is Erik H. and his ’33 Hot Rod! Erik’s picture also won the Hot Rod picture of the month contest.

Ideas for my new street rod (More at pinterest.com/gary5mith/ideas-for-my-new-street-rod/)  Bill "Wild Bill" Williams' '32 Ford. Built by Kindig It, Salt Lake City, UT.

Ideas for my new street rod (More at pinterest.com/gary5mith/ideas-for-my-new-street-rod/) Bill "Wild Bill" Williams' '32 Ford. Built by Kindig It, Salt Lake City, UT.

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