We already know that old gassers are burnout machines. This '50 Chevy does one so big, it breaks its own driveshaft.
This year's Billetproof Michigan moved to Ypsilanti's lovely Riverside Park, and the new setting brought out some gorgeous rides from all over. It's an onslaught of awesome, billet-free hot rods below.
We heard that a lot of readers were using the Patinas Of Billetproof Nor-Cal 2008 images for their desktop wallpaper, so I decided to shoot a few more this year. Enjoy!
This Ford Model A at Billetproof is the lowest vehicle we've ever seen. It's so low you can't get a foot under the frame. We're pretty sure it's being naturally clearanced. And that's just the start.This comes from a truly sick and twisted mind. We looked for the guy walking around with the…
If you think Billetproof is all crusty-cool rat rods with retro-ironic Indian blanket seats and hard-to-find parts, you're wrong. Proof? Check out this gorgeous custom Nomad gasser sporting a built 400 cubic inch V8.
We found ourselves at Billetproof Michigan this weekend, soaking up the vintage rodding wonderfulness. Let's start on the calm end of things with this GM 502 cubic-inch V8-powered Divco delivery van. It makes all the sense in the world.