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Are you looking for some great idea's to make your ride stand out from the crowd? Look no further!

The relatively small confines of an enclosed hot rod engine bay, like this '33 Ford coupe makes it hard to disipate heat, but adding functional scoops to allow air to be dragged directly onto the engine can do wonders for your cars operating temperature. 

Due to their all-steel construction, modifying the dash on an early model ride is possible and still legal! The owner of this '50 "Single Spinner" Ford added extra dials into the single circular speedo for an ultra clean look.

Before you have your heart set on a particular make or model for your next project, why not take a step back and see what is available that is different to everyone else. This stock Plymouth wagon looks wild slammed over a set of big billets! 

Here's something for you if you hate the idea of polishing chrome. The contrast between the shiny red paint and the satin alloy is brilliant and can be applied to any colour. There's still a bit of upkeep needed to keep it clean, but if you want to stand out...

V8 engine conversions are almost considered normal these days and the LS-based engine seems to be the crowd favourite. This early model Corolla houses the GM engine with ease and is more than likely destined for a hard time on the burnout pad.

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