If You Didn't Like Hot Rods Before, This Video Will Make You Convert

Drifting

A hot rod, made to look like rat rod, made to look like something that should be on Ken Block's driveway.

If you have yet to see a badass hotrod doing some awesome drifting, then look no further than this insane 1929 Ford. This menacing custom rod took part in the Gymkhana Grid Europe in Lausitzring and gave the crowd a show they wouldn't forget. With its flaming exhausts and spitfire fighter-plane paint scheme, this surely is a hotrod that a lot of time and money went into. It looks like a rat rod a bit and that may be off-putting to some, but once you see this beast get sideways, you'll quickly come back around.

It certainly looks like something Ken Block or Vaughn Gittin Jr. would love to get their hands on.

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