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    Hot rodding dead?


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    Re: Hot rodding dead?

    Quote Originally Posted by mrblanche
    Always sad to see potential deteriorating like that... but I'd say that hot rodding has just changed, not died. Twenty-something kids today have no connection to vehicles from the '30s, '40 and '50s (or even the '60s and '70s, for that matter). They grew up with (and thus "know") FWD/import sport compacts - so that is what they fool around with.

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    Re: Hot rodding dead?

    By the way, I know lots of junk yards full of cars from the 50's.

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    Re: Hot rodding dead?

    Quote Originally Posted by mrblanche
    By the way, I know lots of junk yards full of cars from the 50's.
    Around here, one can find '40s-era vehicles fairly easily. And I know where there's an early '50s DeSoto if you're interested!

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