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Year:  1936
Make:  Dodge Pickup

Reason for building: My dad has two rat rods and I wanted my own.

Who helped (friends) My dad, grandfather, and mom with a special shout out to Scott Simpson.

How long have you been in the hobby? 5 years
Previous rides: 1950 Ford Custom two door

Club Affiliation: Dickies Productions

Engine:  Started as a Chevy 350 then stroked to 383 by engine builder Robert Vincent. Engine add-ons include aluminum heads topped with polished valve covers and an MSD distributor. The roar when running comes from a set of open headers. The tranny is a Chevy Turbo 400

Suspension:  The “Z’ed frame was homemade out of 2X3 steel by my dad, James Lambert. Aftermarket spindles and coil overs finish off the front suspension.

Paint:  created by Mother Nature.

Body Mods:  The cab was ‘wedged” cut by Jimmy Westerfield. The bed is from a 70 Ford pickup.

Interior: The dash was constructed out of sheet metal. The steering wheel is from a Yazoo lawn mower. Seats were transplanted from and extended cab S10.

Tires/wheels:  Stock 15” Ford steel wheels mounted on 235/75/15 tires.