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!