Diecast Models Hot Rods

Every collector always has his own passion for his collection. Some have a passion for supercar, sport, classic, vintage, and so on. But there are also those who like collecting diecast outside the habits of many people, such as Monster Jam, Gasser or Hot Rod.

Our chat now leads to the passion of Diecast Model Car Hot Rods collectors. This model is indeed sometimes issued by big brands such as Hot Wheels, Maisto, JohnyLightning etc. But usually only limited and rarely, not necessarily in one year of release. The existing Diecast unit was actually unable to provide maximum satisfaction for the Diecast Hot Rods collection.

Finally, creative hands are intervening to give a strong character to Hot Rods Diecast Models, starting from the scale of 64 – 18. For those of you who have never bought Hot Rod Diecast Models, you should try to collect it, feel the sensation and test yourself you think- I think it will not itch to nosy with Hot Rod Diecast Models.

But before you try to collect it, it’s also a good idea if you first know what Hot Rods really is, so that it is more interesting to collect it. So the Hot Rods actually appeared between the era of the 1930-1040s. Hmm, that time before the World War (PD) II. Before the term hot rod appeared this style of modification is still known as ‘gow-jobs’ or ‘soup-ups’. These cars are standard cars that are modified to be ready to jump into a race whose trajectory is a dry lake in northeast Los Angeles. This race was held by the Southern California Timing Association (SCTA) to gather young people who like racing.

Well, don’t imagine that the car that was modified at that time had a standard race engine. It turns out that the modified cars are daily cars at low prices. Actually, the term ‘hot rod’ itself is not clear who named it and popularized it. the term appeared probably because of the replacement of the car’s camshaft for the race with the ‘hotter’ version.

Cars that are modified to form hot rods are mostly Ford type A and type T because the price is cheap and easy to find. Understandably, the cars became a ‘million people’ car in his day. A major overhaul was carried out on these cars by removing all components that were deemed unnecessary. One of them, disappearing the body on the engine that became one of the forerunners of the birth of a chop shop or naked machine. Here is the most important part of the modification of the hot rod model. They apply the concept of aerodynamics by installing small tires on the front and large at the rear.

Unfortunately, the era of hot rod racing around the 1940s had to stop temporarily. You see, the young people of the United States must go to war in the era of World War II. The situation worsened after car manufacturers were directed to make military vehicles. Most car manufacturers start making planes and tanks instead of cars. In addition, the government also limits the amount of fuel for the community. But finally hot rod began to return accompanied by the return of the youth from the war around 1946.

But in the 1940s the car used was different from the previous one. At that time they modified cars like the Chevrolet Sedan, or Ford Model B. They also used new places as racing venues like the abandoned military base at that time. Over time, because of the popularity of Hot Rod increasingly rampant, the National Hot Rod Association was formed in 1951. The goal was for their racing to be more formal, targeted and avoid wild races on public roads.

Through these associations, several branches of hot rod racing emerged, such as street rods, and there were also straight track drags. But even though in the past year’s hot rods have returned to crowded, the ups and downs of the hot rod trend have not been finished. In the 1960s hot rod also began to dim because it slowly began to be replaced with more modern machines. Ford’s flathead engine began to switch to Chrysler’s engine. In addition, the emergence of the ‘muscle car’ in the 1970s also began to shift the era of hot rod, because without the engine cracking this car already has tremendous power, plus more expensive fuel and the economic decline of the United States, hot rod-style cars are increasingly abandoned . But hot rods lovers never run out of ideas. Modifications that were previously focused on racing needs, were transferred to the body design of the car.

Modern era Hot-Rods
Hot rods lovers finally began to modify the old cars produced in the 1920s and 1940s. In the 1980s the hot rod era faded but was not completely gone. Yes, only some people have more money who want to maintain this type of car, bro. At that time the hot rod was divided into two groups. The first is those who focus on nostalgia for cars in the 1950s, and the second group is those who focus more on modifying the exterior of the car. Now, getting here, hot rods are indeed increasingly recognized by many people, especially in the custom world. But in contrast to the initial birth when the hot rod was identical to the race, now they are more focused on the outside appearance.

That’s the history of the Hot Rods Style Car, how do you start thinking of collecting Hot Rods Diecast Models in your window, don’t hesitate to try to act. Ouh yeah, so that you can watch Fast Furious 8 film, at that time the Dom Toretto drove a Hot Rods car that caught fire.

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