What happens when you cross a 1968 Toyota Corona with a fabricator who does work for circle track racers? Well you get Mitch Allread's Lexus Hotrod. Allread owns a raceshop, Newhall Welding, in Newhall, California and fabricates parts for racers and hotrodders alike, including a few NASCAR Nextel Cup cars. By the looks of his latest project, you can see why. Allmead chose to build this car because he didn't want to build a '32 Ford, the quintessential hot rod that's so ubiqutous. This is a fully fabricated hot rod with a Toyota Corona body and a Lexus V8. Check out Edmund's feature, this is progressive hot rodding at its best.
Lexus Hot Rod
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