The Do It Yourself Kustom Hot Rod Site

The Do It Yourself Kustom Hot Rod Site

54Tempest This site is dedicated to those individuals who like to do-it-yourself (DIY) when building Kustom cars and hot rods. These are the ones who take “it can’t be done” as a challenge and like to prove it wrong. People who enjoy spending the time searching through junkyards and data books looking for the illusive part that will work. Link.

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