Fuel Tank TV | BRAIN FADE | 1930 Model A Tudor Hot Rod

Kyle Smith from Smith Concepts in Sydney shows us around 'Brain Fade', his 1930 Ford Model A Tudor hot rod.

The car is chopped five inches, channelled five inches. It runs a 308 Holden engine with a 671 blower., Aussie Speed manifold. T5 five-speed gearbox, Borg Warner rear end.

It's a nice car to drive, despite how heavily modified it is.

Webby from Webby's Speedshop in Newcastle, New South Wales built the car.

Kyle set about personalising the car, making it his own by setting himself a 30-day challenge to get the car painted for The Boogaloo Invitational, 900 km from Sydney in Castlemaine, Victoria. He finished in three weeks.

The project was sponsored by DNA paints and this was the release of the car at The Boogaloo.

Kyle made the trip and back, totalling 1800km. The car didn't miss a beat the whole time.