This hellraiser of a hot rod was built by Atlanta's Fuller Moto for the Jet-Hot Inc. ceramic coatings company, to highlight their products' technical capabilities. (Racers use Jet-Hot coatings for parts like exhaust pipes)
There's no radiator at the front, just air intakes for the monstrous 576 cubic inch, 825-horsepower, V8 engine and the differential that sends power to the gigantic front tires. Did we mention it's all-wheel drive?
Now the radiator is at the rear of the car, with its two massive fans where a regular '32 Ford would have a folding rumble seat.
The hopped-up hot rod will roll across the stage during the annual Barrett-Jackson classic car auction in Scottsdale, Arizona in January, so you'll have plenty of time to register as a bidder. Or just watch it on TV with the rest of us.
Photos by Barrett-Jackson Auction Co.