David Lo Pan is back with two wives and a monkey monster to chauffeur his heavenly hotrod through the hell of the too-cool-to-stay-dead sinners. Lo Pan's not such a bad guy... he wants what every red-blooded man wants... to go off and rule the universe from beyond the grave. The Chinese characters say "Lo Pan Express".
Tags: lo-pan, hotrod, btilc, david-lo-pan, gracie-law
DRAG-U-LA, along with the Munster Koach, was one of two cars designed by Tom Daniel while working for George Barris and Barris Kustom Industries for the television show The Munsters. It was only seen in one episode, despite being shown in the intro throughout season 2.
Tags: hotrod, coffin, bat, dracula, frankenstein
It is by my hand you will rise from the ashes of this world! This is 1 of 3 Fury Road Fink series which was a Collaboration between myself and BeastPop. Please Check out his other awesome work here: https://www.teepublic.com/user/beastpop
Tags: madmax, fury-road, ratfink, edroth, bigdaddy
Tom Hoover, whose work at Chrysler included development of the legendary Max Wedge and 426 Hemi V-8 engines, the 1970 Plymouth AAR ’Cuda, and the 1978 Dodge Li’l Red Express truck, is best known as the “Father of the Hemi.” Hoover trained as a physicist at Juniata College in his hometown of Huntingdon, Pennsylvania. He received his master’s degree from Penn State and later earned a master’s degree in automotive engineering from the University of Michigan while working for Chrysler. Tom led the team that designed the mighty 426 Hemi that was so powerful and so successful, that it lead to NASCAR changing their rules to attempt to eliminate it from competition. This Hoover Performance tee is an homage Tom Hoover and his indelible mark on automotive history - the Hemi engine. This version of the Hoover Performance t-shirt features a well seasoned vintage look with plenty ty of yellowing, fading and chipping to give it a well-worn look. Not into the vintage look? Search my shop for the squeaky clean version!
Tags: vintage, racing, performance, 426, speed
Before she met Barney Rubble, she was Betty McBricker, also known as Bang Shift Betty. She liked her men the same way she liked her cars... slick, fast and easy to control. She made it to the number 2 spot on Hotrod Hussies' list of all-time top 10 hussiest hussies.
Tags: flintstones, hotrod, stoneage, hussy, bang-shift