Initially, HotRods were built on the basis of cheap, older prewar models. The weight has been reduced and a stronger engine installed.

In the 1940s, the soldiers returning from the Second World War, as well as young people from more prosperous families, found such a cost-effective way of delivering acceleration races. The first hot rodders are therefore the pioneers of drag racing.Nowadays hot rodding is a kind of automotive subculture. The scene has long since separated itself from the lifestyle and lifestyle of the 1950s. However, as today, the Hot Roddern still has a certain rebel figure. The classic basis for HotRods were at the beginning of time all available small cars like the Ford model T or the Ford model A, whereby the most popular models from the years between 1932 and 1934 came. The US customizing scene has different categories, which differ from one another by clearly defined styling rules, especially with regard to the bodies and models used.Up to the year of construction 1949 correspondingly hotbeds are called HotRods. This also applies to replicas. The car bodies for HotRods are increasingly coming from the workshops of modern bodybuilders, since original historic all-steel bodies, such as the 1932 Ford Model B, the Deuce, are becoming increasingly rare. Our Rods use the line form of the Ur-Rod only slightly smaller and handmade.  The fun is the same

Dimensions L. / B. / H.: 2010 mm / 1120 mm / 810 mm
Chassis tubular frame
Wheels front 15 x 6,0 x 6 Zoll
Rear wheels 16 x 6,5 x 8 Zoll
Axle rigid rigid
Brakes Front and rear brake drum
Handbreak Mechanical
Steering Direct Steering
Engine Four-stroke engine Blower-cooled
Power 13,6 PS (10 KW)
Displacement 170 ccm
mignition CDI
Secondary drive Differential final drive
transmission Automatik
Maximum speed 88 km/h
Carburettor Keihin
Sonstiges E- starter, oil cooler