My 1931 Chrysler is still under construction but should be on the road by May, 2016. It started out in life as a 1931 Chrysler CD8 Coupe. The top was cut off before I bought the body. I took six inches out of the middle of the body through the doors to make it look make it look more like a Ford body because the Chrysler is a huge car and a bit big for a hot rod. It sits on a boxed Model A frame with a 4" dropped front axle and a 51 Mercury rear end. It's powered by a 331 Cadillac motor and I chose to keep the Hydramatic transmission in for now. I will keep posting the progress over the next few months.
If you would like me to post photos of your car please email me at one of the above email addresses. Remember, I am always looking for great Kustoms to post so if you have taken any photos from the past shows please get them to me and I will post with your photo credit.
My name is Mark Garza and I collect photos, old and new, of Traditional Kustoms and Hot Rods. I have been involved with Hot Rodding since I was just a young kid. It was first through my Uncle’s stories of his old times and also his little page magazines that I now collect. At age twelve I found my first car, it was a '55 Plymouth which I still have today. At age sixteen I was brought into the Lowrds car club in Fresno California. That’s when my love for Kustoms really began.
Now, along with my Dad and Brother, we build Kustoms & Hot Rods, mostly for hobby but also for sale. My Dad is Arnold Garza, an awesome metal man who has built some great Kustoms over the years. We are all members of Headhunters Kustom Kars.
This blog is dedicated to showing some of the best Kustoms and Hot Rods of past and present and is also an avenue for buying, selling and trading old, rare and unique Kustom & Hot Rod cars and parts.
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