Forget everything you’ve ever come to expect from a hotrod.
Not to over simplify the art of hotrod making, but it would seem that the most successful and widely used equation for creating such a custom vehicle goes as follows: combine a small block Chevy engine, Mustang II front end and a nine-inch Ford rear end with a healthy dose of flamed paint, American Racing wheels and a Lokar shifter.
This custom 1987 Chevrolet S-10 definitely didn’t get that memo, yet it’s undoubtedly still one cool hotrod!
Ok, the small block Chevy V8 is there as is the Lokar shifter, but even these are done with unique customization. The 350 cubic-inch V8 engine block is fitted with a matte black ram-air style air cleaner, ribbed valve covers and long-tube headers, but the coolest part of the engine is that the block is painted in dark red