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1933 Dodge Manure Spreader Rat Rod
A 1933 Dodge Manure spreader bed oliver tractor grille handbuilt 3 into 1 headers dual 49 carbs 49 dodge flathead.
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oldtimerider  - November 3, 2014
Only Mopar flat six owned was a 1936 Ply coupe all factory and 63,000 miles.Had big 15 rear and small 14 front so looked like a rod.Ran like a top but lived up to the old fog and rain forget it starting deal.Below 0 and dry fine.Modern transistorised drop in crues this now but had it in late 60s.
Like 33/34 Mopar better than any old stuff in looks.A full fendered 33/34 Dodge pu would be my pick.Have a 37 chevy full fendered rat since 1977 that I enjoy driving but sure wish it was a 33/34 Dodge.
53plypat  - April 19, 2012
I agree about the engine. The flathead in my 53 runs like a watch and sounds great with 2 inch exhaust and a Cherry Bomb. A buddy has an old Chevy truck with a 250 six and these vehicles sound great together going down the road.
rusto44  - April 14, 2012
Just goes to show what can be done with a lot of imagination, an ole truck and lots of hard work. I like the flat six, a lot of builders simply junk these old engines in favor of big V-8's which is fine.
53plypat  - March 3, 2012
Sick rat! Manure spreader box is awesome!I don't know if we can plug other sites here but check out www.ratroduniverse.com . Colorado guys and they posted pics of my rattletraps. They love stuff like this and so do I.
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Created: Apr 18, 2008 By: oldride
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