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Iron Trap Model A Shop Truck: How To Shorten A Ford Flathead Torque Tube

The Iron Trap shop truck project is coming along, but because it is a project being built from all kinds of spare parts then there is a fair amount of finagling that must go on. One of those things...

BangShift Project Power Laggin’ Update: Prepping Our Junkyard Magnum 360 For Swap Day!

Welcome back to our coverage of Project Power Laggin’! Follow along as we take a tired 1979 Dodge W150 Power Wagon we found in Central Maine and transform it from a derelict roadside attraction to...

Flying Sparks Power Tour Prep Day 4: The Bronco Is Almost Ready To Hit The Road!

Emily and Aaron are continuing to work on the Bronco to get it ready for Power Tour and that means a new video every day for all of us to enjoy. Here is Part 4. The good news is that they drive the...

Half Ass Kustoms 1951 Ford Pickup Project: First Fire Of The LS, Trans Tunnel Fab, And More! Part 10

Here is Part 10 of the 1951 Ford Project. Finishing up the wiring, making this thing actually run, and then filling the giant hole in the floor that needs to cover the transmission. Plus all kinds of...

Flying Sparks Garage Is Road Tripping! Aaron and Emily Are Prepping The Bronco For Power Tour Part 2.

Emily and Aaron are continuing to work on the Bronco to get it ready for Power Tour and that means a new video every day for all of us to enjoy. Here is Part 2. The good news is that they drive the...

FORGOTTEN Square Body Chevy Will It RUN AND DRIVE After Years?

Derek at Vice Grip Garage has a whole collection of relics sitting on his property that are just waiting for their chance to come back to life, and it is fun to hear the story behind them and see...

Half Ass Kustoms 1951 Ford Pickup Project: Steering Column, Pedals, And More!

Here is Part 8 of the 1951 Ford Project. In this episode of the build the steering column is going in, which does require a bit of tweaking for exhaust clearance, and the hanging pedal assembly is...

Half Ass Kustoms 1951 Ford Pickup Project: Motor And Trans Mounts For The 4.8 And 4L80e In The S10 Chassis For The 1951 Ford F1

Here is Part 5 of the 1951 Ford Project. This one gets the engine and trans mounts done so they can go into this now shortened S10 chassis. As usual Brent has his own way of making things happen and...

Bello’s Kustoms COE Project: Brakes, Airlines, Steering, Pedals, And More!

In this episode of the COE build, the cab is now mounted up and that means brake lines, airlines, steering, and pedals are in order because this project is getting closer and closer to being a...

Iron Trap Shop Truck Build Part 5: Easy V8 Conversion – Just What The Shop Truck Needs!

Here is the fifth installment of the shop truck build, and it’s getting an engine! Not just any engine of course, but a Flathead V-8. Check it out! The more I watch Iron Trap videos the more I...

Half Ass Kustoms 1951 Ford Pickup Project: Building Body Mounts On S10 Chassis For The 1951 Ford F1

Here is Part 4 of the 1951 Ford Project. This one gets a bunch done to make sure the body can mount to this now shortened S10 chassis. As usual Brent has his own way of making things happen and...

Bello’s Kustoms COE Project: Body Mounts, Air Ride Parts, Steering, Exhaust, And More!

In this episode of the COE build, the cab gets mounted up, steering is being configured, exhaust is going in, and so are all the air ride parts. It’s a lot of work happening in this episode....

Half Ass Kustoms 1951 Ford Pickup Project: Cleaning Up The Chassis And Installing Brakes On The 1951 Ford F1

Here are Parts 2 and 3 of the 1951 Ford Project. Not everything is exciting when building a new project, but it’s all got to get done right? Part 2 has the truck’s new frame getting...

Bello’s Kustoms COE Project: Fitting The Cab To This Bagged, Shortened, And Bad Ass Dually Chassis

In this episode of the COE build, the cab is being fitted up after shortening up the wheelbase so the back of the cab and the front of the bed will come together right where they are supposed to....