Speedway Motors 1923 Ford T Makes for Traditional Hot Rod
"It takes creative restraint to design and build a hot rod that encompasses many era-correct values to define its particular style. In a way you could call it complex simplicity, a place where the sum of the layers inter-twine to make it look easy. Even back in the day it was always the sum of the parts laid out in perfect harmony that nailed down just the right look, blending performance and visual presence. Early modifieds ruled on the lake beds and dragstrips with their lightweight bodies and wicked mills, leaving competitors in the dust thanks to their stripped-down, bare-bones attitude."
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