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Coolest Hot Rods In The Motorious Car Show

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Which of these Hot Rods deserves to win in the segment?

The Motorious Online Car Show is heating up, and we’ve noticed one hobby segment that’s a little thin on entries: the Hot Rod segment. This segment is, arguably, one of the coolest classes of cars, but the amount of Hot Rods out there is starting to dwindle. Let’s show the world that the Hot Rods are just awesome as ever by filling up the Motorious Online Car Show with these impressive rides.

Here are some of the current entries in the Hot Rod hobby segment:

1932 Ford Custom

Meticulously crafted and hand built to strict standards, this 1932 Ford Roadster High Boy is a built machine, with show car looks. It’s powered by a 350 engine with 700 R4 trans, Edelbrock carburetor and manifold, Sanderson headers, Lokar shifter, and rolls

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Slammed 1966 Cadillac Is A One-Off SEMA Show Car

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Even if you don’t like lowered vehicles, you can’t argue with how cool this Caddy looks.

SEMA is the place to go to see some of the most customized vehicles on the planet, and if you’ve ever dreamed of owning a SEMA Show vehicle, here’s your chance. This long and low 1966 Cadillac Coupe DeVille convertible was built for the 2014 SEMA Show, and now it’s about to a featured car in RM Sotheby’s upcoming online-only auction.

Image Credit: RM Sotheby’s

Without any modifications, the 1966 Cadillac DeVille convertible is a slick-looking classic with its slab-sided body, long proportions and lots of chrome, but this custom job took this car to the next level. After shaving off the door handles, some of the side body chrome and the front fender turn signals, this build was slammed with an AccuAir air ride

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Coolest Classics In The Motorious Online Car Show

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These cars are in the running to win $1000!

The Motorious Online Car Show is attracting some of the coolest cars, and car owners, we’ve met in a while. With most of us cooped inside, it’s great to connect with our readers in this unique way, and give gearheads a chance to win $1000, or select prizes by segment. In an effort to give everyone a chance to enter, we’re going to keep it rolling to give everyone a chance to enter, and share their cars with friends and family so they can go vote on it for People’s Choice. Since we’re approaching the 2020 Collector Car Appreciation Day, we are hosting a Digital Happy Hour through Zoom with the car show participants, anyone can join through this link – space is limited, so mark your calendars for July 10th at 5pm

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