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hot rod

a car with an engine that has been radically modified to produce increased power
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CLASSICS: A spectator takes a closer look at a car exhibit; while, right, a hotrod gets fired up; and, left, Kian Kaufman, seven, tries out a Hawker Siddeley 748
Tyler and bandmate Joe Perry drove the audacious hotrod to a benefit on Sunday for the Stuart House in Los Angeles, Calif.
As everyone ' knows, Roy established the Weatherby name in the mid-1940s, and shooters will forever associate it with hotrod proprietary cartridges such as the.257, .270 and.300 Weather by Magnums.
crAiG rEVEL HOTrOd: in fact it's a little fiat as the strictly judge has a lesson
A radicle invasion by a red reed overgrew and ate up a hotrod road so disliked by a certain fish that was recently the Prime Minister of Australia.
To duplicate their ballistics with a .300 Win Mag you have to hotrod the rifle and even then you end up short.
Smaller, lighter and more powerful than ever before, the Leupold RX-1000 is pocket-size and light with the hotrod performance long-range riflemen desire.
In this issue, we're reviewing Cub Crafters' new Cub SuperSport LSA, a $160,000-plus hotrod with astonishing short field capability and innovative construction.
The miniature V8 hotrod replicas were designed and built by engineer Brian Eyre, who is one of the founders of kart racing in Britain.
Even a 182 turbo seems like hotrod at 18,000 feet, and there's nothing like catching a good tail wind and clocking along at 190-200 knots over the ground on a clear night.