1924 Dodge Modified, Skinny-Tired Dirt-Racing Awesome

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We know absolutely nothing about this 1924 Dodge Modified owned by Clark Bates, but we're definitely going on record as wanting one. It's the coolest-ever field car.

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It looks like an old-timey dirt tracker. Heck, it very well might be, but it also might be a recreation or homage to some long lost hot rod. We don't care, this thing looks like a grown up go-cart and that means a ball of laughs. The skinny tires guarantee riotous handling and the spartan interior means you can wash it out with a hose when you go blasting through an empty soybean field. The best part? An exposed drive shaft painted like a barber pole. That's genius.


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DISCUSSION

wow. y'all need to get out more. Or at least read the H.A.M.B. more. Clark and the 999 are celebrities over there. And you'll find more photos from the Jalopy Showdown than you can shake a stick shift at.