1933 Plymouth Pulled Off An Awesome Burnout

How often do you see a car from the 1930’s do a wicked burnout? Well this 1933 Plymouth hot rod did one insane burnout, and when I say insane, I mean REALLY insane! The owner stopped by the headquarters of Hoonigan and decided to show it off in style. Under the hood is a Hemi V8 engine displacing 356 cubic inches and has a nice choppy idle. Listen to the sound of this thing! What do you think about this?

This week Katie introduces you to 502 Motorworks from Louisville, Kentucky and their recreations of automotive icons. Silas Boyle and Matt Phillips will explain how they build three cars that are exact recreations of the originals: a 502 Spyder which is a recreation of the 1955 Porsche Spyder, a 1963 AC Cobra “Slabside” and a 1952 C-Type Jaguar. They’re all done in alloy with the correct drivelines, brake components and transmissions, just like the originals. And they come with FIA papers so you can race them in historic races along side the originals. They also distribute reproductions of the 1929 Bentley which is a 1948 Bentley that has been rebodied as a 1929 Bentley. Beautiful and amazing to look at and drive! Plus we’ve got some cool tips and how-to secrets from our four shops, so check it all out this week