With its long history of celebrating the art and craft of creating legendary rods, Hot Rod Magazine has become an icon for custom car enthusiasts. Hot Wheels Collectibles proudly joins Hot Rod Magazine in showcasing four awesome, each embodying the spirit in which the magazine was founded. Check 'em out!
Bob Reisner's Invader might just the be the world's most famous hot rod. The two-time Oakland Roadster Show winner started the high-tech trend, with an all aluminum body, two high-performance Pontiac engines, two jaguar rear ends and two B&M hydromatic transmissions.
"Ohio George" Montgomery's record-setting 1933 Willys Coupe is from the golden age of AA Gas. The lightweight, short wheel base car ran a 427 cid Ford overhead cam engine and ripped the quarter in 155.97 mph and a 9.34 ET.
Our 1969 Camaro is powered by a big block 427 cid, super-charged Chevy engine that could crank out 1600 horses. It sports wheelie bars on its tubbed rear end and the interior has been fortified with a roll bar and spoil racing seats.
Roland Leong's Hawaiian 1972 Dodge Charger Funny Car boasted a Keith Black nitro-burning Hemi engine with an 8:71 blower, fuel injection, a two speed rear end and a centrifugal clutch. Can you say "Aloha"?
The following vehicles were included in the Hot Rod Magazine 4-Car Set (24513):
|'33 Willys Coupe||Light Blue|
|1969 Pro Street Camaro||Yellow|
|'72 Dodge Charger Funny Car||Blue|