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Category Archive: FORD, Metal Fabrication, Project Cars, TECH, Tech Stories, Videos

Iron Trap 1932 Ford “DeLorean” Roadster: Welding The Body Back On!

It was sub rails and then rusty floors in the last couple of videos and now it is welding in the new floor bits in this one. The “DeLorean” roadster is under the knife and it’s going to be an...

Vice Grip Garage: Forgotten BIG BLOCK FORD – Will It RUN AND DRIVE 570 Miles Home?

It’s another one of Derek’s long forgotten car resurrections, and this one is a big boy. And every big car should have a big block in it, so this one is no exception. This 1972 Mercury...

Iron Trap 1932 Ford “DeLorean” Roadster: Cutting Out The Rusty Floor

It was subrails last video and now cutting out all the rusty floor bits in this one. The “DeLorean” roadster is under the knife and it’s going to be an awesome project. Iron Trap...

Single Seat Race Car Build Part 9: SHAPING THE REAR BOAT TAIL AND COWL

It is time to do more sheet metal work and that means making the cowl and the rear boat tail so that this thing really is a race car. Bennett’s Customs is an Australian traditional hot rod builder...

Iron Trap 1932 Ford “DeLorean” Roadster: New Brookville Subrails and Floors. It’s Time To Cut Some Stuff Up!

Iron Trap has got all kinds of great projects, but this ’32 Ford Roadster is going to be something. It’s weird to see them getting new parts for a car like this, but it is the right...

Casey’s Customs 1965 Mustang Chassis Swap Part 15: Hood Scoop, Rear Spoiler, And More! It’s Starting To Come Together!

In this update video from the Mustang Chassis Swap build, this car is really starting to look like something. The hood scoop and rear spoiler have finally came in, plus the wireless for the air ride...

DIY MegaCab Bumpside Ford Project: These Doors Are Going To Need Some Attention

Here we go with Part 5 of this custom-built crew cab, or MegaCab as they are calling it, bumpside Ford pickup and in this episode there is a lot of door fab going on. Building something like this...

HISTORIC Hot Rod is Revived After 60 YEARS of Hibernation

60 years! Holy crap! This bitchin hot rod was built in the 1950’s and then sat until 2020 when it was saved so that it can be restored. This is one super cool car and the restoration promises...

Iron Trap Model A Shop Truck: It’s Going On It’s First Test Drive! The Best Part!

The first drive on a new project is always nerve racking and super exciting! It doesn’t need to go perfect to be awesome, but when things go right it certainly can be the thing you need to pull...

1932 Vicky Roof Quarter Panel – Clean Simple Metal Shaping To Make A Pretty Complex Panel

When you look at the upper quarter panel on a car like this 1932 Vicky there is a TON of curve in it and they were originally stamped by a giant machine. Replacing one, with a panel you are trying to...

New Inventory In The Yard, Plus Old Cars In The New Wrecking Yard! Model A’s, A Chevy, A Ford, And An International IHC Travel-All!!

We’ve got a new video showing new inventory in the yard, plus a bonus video from the old yard next door! Chad is back from Nobody Else’s Auto, the ultra bad ass vintage car parts wrecking...

Iron Trap Model A Shop Truck: Building A Seat For Just $100

The finishing touches are going into the Model A shop truck and part of that is getting a nice place to sit. But in the spirit of this project, Matt and the gang are not just going to throw some old...

DIY MegaCab Bumpside Ford Project: Two Junk Cabs And Longbed Full Of Determination And This Just Might Happen

Here we go with Part 3 of this custom built crew cab, or MegaCab as they are calling it, bumpside Ford pickup. Yes these trucks came with 4-doors from the factory, but in very limited quantities....

Single Seat Race Car Build Part 7: Fabricated Crossmember and Trans Mount

Now that the boxing plates are in for the factor frame rails, it’s time for a crossmember and transmission mount. This is a single-seat race car remember, so there isn’t a lot of room and...