The Perfect Imperfect Hotrod F-100
The finished product as you can see, looks spectacular. It could win any local or national hot rod show. Everything, from the paint to the style is perfect for the truck. But none of that matters, what matters is the heart and soul that went into building this one of a kind truck.
I believe that a great way to expand your own skills and talents is to follow and study those who do things better than you. When I met a young man named Travis Ingram in Colorado last year, it became immediately apparent that he had far more skill behind the lens that I did, so I began to follow his work.
The Ford F-100, it’s a truck that’s near and dear to my heart. My grandfather had one, and now it’s in the hands on one of my cousins.
This super rare 1946 Ford F-100 pickup truck has been completely restored and spruced up with enough goodies to make this piece of history drive like a rocket ship.
Professional drift cars are setup to be light, nimble, and have as much grip as physically possible. And I know that sounds counter intuitive, but it’s true, all pro drift cars could turn on a dime if they wanted to.