Iron Nameplate "Road Devils"
Iron Nameplate "Road Devils"
Available quantity: 300 pcs
Артикул: SB-IN2023
Цвет: Черный
A black tin plate dedicated to the brutal culture of HOT ROD. A plate depicting HOT ROD, with the slogan "ROAD DEVILS". An original gift not only for bikers, but also for car mechanics and ordinary office workers and motorsport enthusiasts - our metal sign for the garage, auto/moto service and home, with the effect of rust on the edges.
The size of the plate: 30x40 cm. The plate is made of coated metal, the corners are rounded and have convenient holes for fastening, and the bent edges give a volume effect. The plate can be used both indoors and outdoors.
The sign can be easily and firmly fixed on the wall, door, entrance to the house or apartment using screws or nails. If surface damage is not desired, the plate may be fixed to any smooth surface by means of double-sided foam tape. Also, with the help of magnets, the plate can be hung on a refrigerator or other metal surface.
Great solution for a presentable Brutal gift for your loved ones from the SINNER's BONES brand!
A hot rod is a car, originally American, with serious modifications designed to achieve the highest possible speed.
The origin of the term "hot rod" is not completely clear. One theory says that this is an abbreviation for the English. hot roadster. The term became commonly used in 1930-1940 for a high-powered car.
Roadsters were most often chosen for conversion into hot rods because of their small mass. Often, for additional relief, fenders, hoods and other hinged body parts were removed from cars, which gave such cars a very specific appearance, which later became a kind of "classic". An indispensable accessory for hot rods is the large rear wheels that allow you to maximize the power of the engine.
In the meantime, there is no need to know about it.
The Greasers subculture was associated with hot rods. These representatives of the rebellious youth, closely associated with crime, loved rock and roll and rockabilly, wore leather jackets and jeans, and mercilessly covered their hair with kilograms of grease. Besides that, they loved two things: the Harley Davidsons and the Hot Rods.