Jeremy Allen 1933 Ford Pickup


The term ‘rat rod’ is a con­tro­ver­sial one, with many builders of tra­di­tional-styled hot rods not be­ing happy when their cars get con­fused with one. Jeremy Allen’s 1933 Ford pickup blurred the lines a bit, but fell more into the rat rod camp. The rea­son it blurred the lines was that it was im­pec­ca­bly built to the high­est qual­ity, even to the ef­fort that went into get­ting the panel work on the body per­fect be­fore the clear coat went on. Yes, clear coat, not paint — much to the shock of many other car builders. How dare any­one build a cool car and not paint it!

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