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                                                                 Page 26 of Street Rods, Pro Street, etc.

                               

This "Red Ram" roadster was recently completed by Matt Markstaller and Hot Rod Conspiracy (A group of

automotive engineers and technicians dedicated to applying state of the art engineering and craftsmanship
to rods and customs).  Itís most notable features are the highly detailed 5.7 liter Dodge Hemi, polished

aluminum look, and extensive use of fabricated aluminum for chassis, suspension, and interior pieces.

 

The Red Ram Specialís concept and execution earned it almost a page in Hot Rod Magazineís Project

Garage section (June 2006), and a 6 page feature article in the May í07 Hot Rod.
 

This car was engineered and built to drive. The Zoomie headers have full length stainless steel baffles

and keep the engine quiet until you really get on it, and then hang on, because it is very fast, and a ball to

drive. The independent front suspension, rack and pinion steering and disc brakes ensure a good ride and

handling. The stock engine, new high quality components, and engineering will ensure years of trouble free 
driving.  If you are looking for a one of a kind, reliable, high-end rod to cruise and show, look no further.

For more information about  Hot Rod Conspiracy, check out their website at

http://www.hotrodconspiracy.com  or call them at 503-442-4183.
 

                               

                               

 

The engine is a 2003 Dodge 345-ci hemi that is internally stock. The owner fabricated several custom items

including milled and polished valve covers, remote mounted coils, 8 mm wires, fabricated aluminum intake

topped with a Mr. Gasket Street scoop and zoomie headers with stainless steel baffles. To clean up the front

end he removed anything that was unnecessary and redid the serpentine drive to run the water pump and

Mitsubishi mini starter. Everything was given a painted, satin or polished finish and screwed together with
button head stainless bolts.

                               

                               

                               

                               

                               

                               

                               

                               

                               

                               

 

Here are a few pics of a 1933 Pontiac 2 door sedan street rod that was totally restored 3K miles ago.

This was formerly owned by a friend of mine, Gordon White in Canada who bought my 34 Plymouth Coupe.

Basics include 350 crate motor/330 HP, 350 automatic trans, A/C, leather interior, tilt steering wheel, stereo,

keyless entry, new tires and wheels.

                               

                               

                               

                               

                               

                               

                               

                                           

                                           

                                           

                                           

                                           

                                           

                                           

                                           

                               

                               

                               

 

                                                                Page 26 of Street Rods, Pro Street, etc.

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