Built in just 30 days on a $3000 budget, ITW Hot Rod’s “Bugly” proved necessity is the mother of invention by combining a ‘64 Beetle front end, ‘37 Chevy Humpback rear and ‘65 Buick portholes on the hood. The inside is equally as interesting with a ‘58 TS10 470 Continental Cessna Motor, a monster 700 R4 engine, a boat throttle to control each carburetor, rear air ride, a custom built tube frame, and right hand drive.
Occasionally life will surprise you, or this in case a rat rod. Many times someone will weld up a bunch of random crap, throw in a PBR keg tap handle, and call it a rat rod. Despite the negative connotations of rat rods, Chris Walker over at In The Weeds Hot Rods has put together a killer rat rod dubbed the Hulk Camino.