Rob Hook’s garnet red shovel-nosed 1933 Ford 3-window coupe personified “hot rod” with its laid-back looks and blocky rolling stock. Even with a chopped top and a shotgun-style scoop atop the blower, the Wichita car did not look too radical.
Rob Hook’s garnet red shovel-nosed 1933 Ford 3-window coupe personified “hot rod” with its laid-back looks and blocky rolling stock. Even with a chopped top and a shotgun-style scoop atop the blower, the Wichita car did not look too radical. The Wichita Eagle
Rob Hook’s garnet red shovel-nosed 1933 Ford 3-window coupe personified “hot rod” with its laid-back looks and blocky rolling stock. Even with a chopped top and a shotgun-style scoop atop the blower, the Wichita car did not look too radical. The Wichita Eagle

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July 19, 2014 12:00 AM

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    Dan Nitcher’s ‘Eye Katcher’ rolls the calendar back to the 1960s. “I always wanted an old hot rod,” says Dan Nitcher. But he wasn’t sure he was ready to trade his customized Chevy Suburban for one. A friend put him on the trail of a black primered 1930 Ford Tudor in Wichita that he said the owner might be willing to swap for his finished Suburban. But before he could get there to look at the car, another friend bought it and took it to Chanute, where he planned to finish the project car. (Video by Mike Berry / The Wichita Eagle)