photo: Jeannette Grubb
Regular readers will know that I dig, and often feature, modifications of one kind or another. I like folks who have a vision and can take something that is sort of ho-hum and transform it into their dream thingamajig. Sometimes the results are awesome, sometimes it's a beautiful disaster, but it's always entertaining. So, when I saw Randy Grubb's 1965 Peterbilt Model 351 with a giant 12-cylinder, two-stroke diesel engine that he transformed into a hot rod, I immediately knew what post I'd be leading with today. 3000 hours,100,000 dollars, and a lot of elbow grease went into this baby. Worth it? I'll say.
via PopSci (Big thanks to Brian for the tip!)