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A selection of cars - in no particular order - that currently carry the Bristol Hotrods badge.

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Dave Brock's Roadster

Here's an early look at Dave's traditional hot roadster.

Pictured in July 2007, the car here is in the final stages of completion with wiring being carried out.
The Brookville 1931 body with Vintique '32 radiator shell sits on an original 1933 chassis, front axle, wishbones and spring, with Model A front and rear cross members and '40 Ford brakes. Shock mounts, steering box and column are Ford F1. Original '32 headlights are mounted on a cut down headlight bar; front and rear indicators are Harley-Davidson pieces.
Rear end consists of a '46 Ford axle, torque tube and radius rods, suspended on a Model A spring.

Wheels are '36 Ford 16'' wires with Firestone implement tyres up front and Firestone 7.50x16's on the rear.
Lovely looking hopped-up flattie:

A French flathead V8 with Edelbrock heads, Offenhauser inlet manifold and a pair of 97 Strombergs. Mallory ignition, beehive oil filter.

Gearbox is a '39 3-speed.
Rear features classic 1950 Pontiac tail lights; a Model T fuel tank is mounted in the trunk.


Pete Gale's Roadster

Pete's roadster is powered by a 454ci big block Chevy loaded with Edelbrock performance parts.
An Art Carr 350 gearbox drives the Ford 9" rear axle with 3.89 gears. Front axle is a Chassis Engineering 4" dropped I-beam.
Engine mods include Edelbrock Performer RPM heads, Performer RPM cam and timing gears, and a Street tunnel ram mounted with twin 600 cfm carbs, fed by a Holley blue fuel pump.


Ryan Couzen's Model Y

(still in Bristol, but now with a new owner)

John Gay's Roadster

This 1932 Ford model 'B' roadster, with those classic 12-spoke front wheels, is powered by a 283 Chevy engine connected to a 4-speed manual transmission and Jaguar rear end.

Simon Gillam's Sedan Delivery

Simon's Sedan Delivery is now back on the road after having a V6 fitted. More details and pictures on the way..
The delivery at Hanham School fete, June 2008.
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