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    35 International Rat Rod

     



    This is my 1935 International Rat Rod.
    It has a 35 IH Cab , 55 Dodge Bed with a 65 Chevy Tailgate , a 55 Buick Dash and a 1937 Hudson Terraplane Grill.[IMG][/IMG]
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    be a cool truck once it's painted .
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    Need to delete other thread that is exactly the same.

    Thanks
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    Quote Originally Posted by shine View Post
    be a cool truck once it's painted .
    That's the color it's going to stay.
    35 IH / New to the Rat Rod world. Been Drag Racing the last three years and Rock Crawled 12 years before that. Also raced Motocross for 5 or 6 years. I love to live life to the fullest.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kamikaze124 View Post
    That's the color it's going to stay.
    Attaboy, we don't need no stinkin' paint!!!

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    This post is where all of the comments are. Suggest you leave it up. BTW, I see a TX license plate. How do you have this truck titled? Antique, replica, street rod, etc?
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    As an Antique.
    35 IH / New to the Rat Rod world. Been Drag Racing the last three years and Rock Crawled 12 years before that. Also raced Motocross for 5 or 6 years. I love to live life to the fullest.

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    Interesting that you got an antique license on a vehicle that was made from so many different parts. I'm not saying that you shouldn't have. I just find it interesting. So, technically, you can only drive it to "exhibitions, club activities, parades, and other functions of public interest," and can't drive it for regular transportation. Cops around the Dallas area are pretty picky about antique plates. If you can't prove that you were doing one of the allowed activities, they write you up.
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    Cops will pull you over here just to take a look at your car or truck. Been cruising right beside the Highway Patrol and have not had any problems.
    I cruise my Rat just about every weekend. And I will drive it to work about twice a week. I drive it to Car shows and to any cruise that is going on around here.
    Kinda hard for the Cops to prove that you were not at a cruise. I usually have a couple of friends who are always out and we cruise around town. So we are cruising and any other Hot Rods are welcome to join.
    Have not had any problems here yet.
    35 IH / New to the Rat Rod world. Been Drag Racing the last three years and Rock Crawled 12 years before that. Also raced Motocross for 5 or 6 years. I love to live life to the fullest.

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    I can't personally see an issue with the tag, looks like the majority of parts are vintage.

    Myself, I won't have an antique tag again (GA). Used to be, you could transfer your tag to another car. Paid for it once, that's it. Made it a real value.

    Now, you can't transfer, and still have to pay the renewal fee.

    I just don't see the point.
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    Quote Originally Posted by firebird77clone View Post
    .....I just don't see the point.
    The point is revenue, and more and more states are realizing the volume of $$$ involved and have changed the rules. What can be done in one state, or even one region of a large state like Texas, is unique to that area and stories about what can & can't be done in another state is irrelevant. Enforcement is generally more focused in the large metro areas where there are more people, more cars, and more hot rods leading to more tax revenue. IMO we can thank the "reality TV" show American Hot Rod for the change. They publicized their "title wash" process of registering hi-buck rides as antiques in mid-western states, then transferring them to CA with stated values less than 10% of their sale price, and even publicized that they were "...saving the owners thousands of dollars in taxes!" Thank you, Boyd (RIP).....

    Sell your truck to someone who lives near DFW and it's likely it will not keep the antique tag when they go to register it there, but that's of no consequence to you in Wichita Falls apparently, which is OK.
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    Post some more pics, I think it looks very cool.
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    I like the Antique Tag because the tags are good for 3 to 5 years I think. Other than that. Does not matter to me. If I can't run those tags. I will find out what else I can run just as long as I can cruise my ride.
    35 IH / New to the Rat Rod world. Been Drag Racing the last three years and Rock Crawled 12 years before that. Also raced Motocross for 5 or 6 years. I love to live life to the fullest.

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    Very cool truck, and I agree with stovens, we need more pics and info. I need MOTIVATION!

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    Realy neat truck. Aman on cruse as long as you can

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