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  • Mauricio Marcilio de Souza

    Hoodride is a segment of Hotrod culture, culture that emerged in the mid-30s in the U.S., when young people with little investment buying huge v8 engines and adapted in abandoned car bodies. The Hoodride is a style born of VWs, being mainly applied in cars like Beetle, Kombi and Brasilia. Now you know, do not be alarmed when you see a car on the street that seems to have been sunk in a river or years bringing rain, are Hoodrides.

  • cally parke

    VW Bug RAT ROD

  • LGM Sports

    We call them VW ratrods, but across the pond they call'em Hoodrides. Its about rust, patina and dropping them low and sometimes the odd roof rack with vintage gear. Dig it. - LGMSports.com

  • Todd Dages

    Slammed Vw beetle Split Window

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