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    Alright I have never been one to join forums or do things online but I am taking up a new hobby and I don't have much knowledge in this type of stuff so I need all the help I can get. My name is Mark and I live in Folsom California. Yeah the one Johnny Cash made so famous. I have always loved the rat rod look and always enjoyed going to punk and psycho Billy shows so now that I have some cash I want to try and learn how to make one. I have 0 experience welding or building cars but I am a good learner and I am not afraid to make mistakes. I was able to learn how to basically rebuild my house so how hard can this be right lol. Learned last night it's way harder when me and a friend went to Fallon NV and dug a 1939.pontiac out of the sand. So wish me luck and I hope to be able to show so.e progress in a couple of monthsClick image for larger version. 

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    Sorry for all the typos this was done on my phone

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    Welcome! Looks like you are off to a good start!

  4. #14


    Awesome grab you some books like hot rod magazine. Also on there web site is how to articles. The internet is a wealth full of knowledge.

  5. #15
    Join Date
    Dec 2013
    Phoenix, AZ


    Hi all. New guy to the form. Daryl from Phoenix AZ. I am currently building a 52 Chevy that belonged to my grandfather. I built this truck once when I was 10 with my grandfather just to keep it running. Factory 6cyl and best parts from 2 trucks. Now that he is gone I am building it again with 350/700R4 and a mustang front suspension. It will be more of a rat cosmetically because it was rough when he had it and I am no body guy. Right now the drive train is in and I am dealing with all the small stuff that makes all the big stuff work. I will add pics when I figure out how.

  6. #16


    Hello from western Pa. Well I am am an old motorhead from the late50s and early 60s . I guess ive allways wanted an a coupe or a t-bucket instead I ended up with 50s fords and lots of late 60s chevys including z28. now I have a corvette and a vintage t-bucket. age is creeping up and time to do some things is getting I cant do it myself anymore But gonna try.

  7. #17
    Join Date
    Jun 2011
    Belvidere il


    Hi I'm racnjag
    From belvedere il.
    Currently working on a 49 ford f1
    I think this site is cool as hell

  8. #18


    hi pa.tbucket here from western pa. im in my late 60s . been doing cars for most of that time right now I have two one is an old skool 23 t I picked up a couple of years ago. the other is a corvette .. I know that's not a rod but hey what can I say.

  9. #19
    Join Date
    Apr 2015


    Hello Gear heads!!! I'm Woody from Indy, 39 yoa city firefighter and I have a 59' Willy SW that I ratted out. has a SBC with a 144 blower on it. I built this with my dad and cousin which has been awesome. Last year I took second place in my first car show and hope to add to that this year. It is surely a head turner and a great driver. Thanks for the add and hope to see you on the circuit.

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    Hello to the Killbillet army! I'm Dave from NW Washington, Puget Sound area. Joined up to check out all of the eye candy and get some inspiration. The dreams are a little too big for the wallet right now, two teens and a grade schooler under the roof, extra money.... what's that? I have been into cars almost forever and really dig the rats and old school hot rods. So keep 'em coming, love to see what's in your shop. Take care.


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