NOTE: Long Hauler package will only be available for collection at the first stop- if a Long Hauler package is purchased and not collected at the first stop the package (including credential) will default to the Multi-Day package. Hotel Information: As Hot Rod’s official travel partner, Anthony Travel can assist you in arranging your travel and hotel for this year’s Power Tour.Multi-day pre-registration: 9/Multi-day onsite registration: 0 (June 1), Includes two (2) multi-day credentials, vehicle entry at all venues (1 vehicle), one (1) goody bag with giveaways. Visit Anthony Travel’s Hot Rod Power Tour page to get started on booking your trip.If you have any questions, contact Anthony Travel at [email protected] call 844-406-6850. Vendor Booth/Sponsor Information: Contact Reed Morales ([email protected]) at 714-227-2621. PARTICIPANT PRICING All Power Tour registrations will receive a Motor Trend on Demand 14 day free trial.
Again, Dave fabricated most of the suspension parts.To lower the car, he mounted the rear axle on top of the frame instead of below it and the front leaf spring behind the axle, not above it.Channeling the steel '28 Ford body dropped it another four inches.He programmed the CNC machine to cut them from billet aluminum, adding his name to the surface. Today, Dave works to make sure a future generation of rodders will know how to build rods too, as an admissions representative for Wyoming Technical Institute.Located in Laramie, Wyoming, the Institute offers 9-12 month programs that teach rod, custom, and high-performance engine and chassis construction techniques.Inspired by that car, he set out to build a rod with the stripped-down look of a dual-purpose '50s drag/street car.The project couldn't begin until Dave had the right parts.Rubber mats cover the floor, the transmission and torque tube are exposed between the seats, and the only two gauges (oil and temperature) reside below the simple, smooth dash panel.Dave has made a few changes since he put the car on the road in 1993.The primered body gave way to a 1959 Chevy Crown Sapphire paint job in '94, and the beautiful, one-off heads were added in '95 after Dave had learned how to use a CNC machine.Dave designed the heads for a 7.5:1 compression ratio, perfect for the Latham blower.