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American Hot Rods Polished, Chromed, and Ready to Roam

Hot Rods have gained quite a following among classic car enthusiasts around the world. The United Kingdom, Australia and Sweden have become some of the largest importers of classic hot rods from the US. We just shipped these two overseas. Once was collected in Arizona, and the other one in California.

Hot rods have a rich and fascinating history that dates back to the Prohibition era in the United States. Bootleggers needed fast and powerful cars to transport illegal alcohol without getting caught by the police. These early hot rods were built from whatever parts the bootleggers could find, and they quickly became known for their speed and agility.

As Prohibition came to an end, many hot rod enthusiasts continued to modify their cars, pushing the limits of what was possible. They experimented with new engines, suspension systems, and aerodynamic designs, constantly striving for more speed and power.

In the 1950s and 1960s, hot rods became a symbol of rebellion and youth culture in America. Young people across the country embraced the hot rod lifestyle, customizing their cars and participating in races and drag competitions.

Today, hot rods are still popular among car enthusiasts all over the world. They continue to be a symbol of innovation, creativity, and American ingenuity. Whether you're a fan of classic hot rods or modern custom builds, there's no denying the impact that these iconic cars have had on the automotive industry and popular culture as a whole.