poncho62 said:What amazes me, is that they seem to have very little, yet they are using digital cameras and computers and such. Kind of like having a car in the old west.
I guess its just a different culture.
Hotrodding is restricted to a very few people here. a couple of people I know around me have a large collection of Classic cars.. But hotrods in the strict sence are pretty rare. There is a Cuda lying in a scrap yard for the last 10 years (The guy wont sell it) with a Toyota Diesel 4 cyl engine in it. The original Hemi... no one knows where that has gone.. .. I have yet to see a true hotrod here in my city and the neighbouring cities.. We do have lots of BMWs (7 series ever) CLKs, and now even Porches but hotrods... Probably none..ChevyTruckGuy said:Ehsan,
How about a look at what you do for hotrodding in your Country? Hot Rods clubs. Cool place you go with your friends. An exchange of Idea How what where when and why.