Fire Rail

The Flameout was released in 1972. I found mine as an ancient glue bomb that was missing a few parts. I knew the Corvair engine was coming out and the rest just sort of happened.

Continue reading

The Boss Rod

Any car that already has two engines is Turnrow approved. The Invader is one of those full-sized hot wheels cars that’s as wild as it can get. Or is it? Once I discovered that the front was as wide as an Ice T, the adventure was on!

Continue reading

Double Dog

The Double Dog! There are a few models that will never be re-released and the Dog Catcher is one of them. Many years ago the molds were modified to make the Sand Shark. As a result, whatever models are left, both boxed and built, are all that’s left.

Continue reading

Faster Buck

If the Fast Buck is fast, then doubling the power surely has to make it a Faster Buck. After building one of these armored trucks box stock many years ago, I knew when I ran across another that I had to modify it this time… but how?

Continue reading

Red Baron II

The Red Baron was the very first show rod I built as a kid, and it was the wildest thing I’d ever seen. This build is an updated version.

Continue reading

Jordan L. Jones

While I know a lot of artists, I’m kicking off my art section with a guy I work with on a daily basis at COMP Cams: Jordan L. Jones. ┬áVector-based illustration is a medium unlike any other and this guy is a natural.

Continue reading

The Show Plow

I ran across this plastic toy dump truck bed in a box of loose parts at a model show and knew it would make a great showrod. Once I mocked it up behind the Groovy Grader cab, I knew it had found its home. The Groovy Grader was high on my list of models to kitbash.

Continue reading

Turnrow lives!

After the seeds were planted and tended with care the Turnrow Speedshop is up and running. Stay tuned…

12109263_10204617740073761_3377066324386546244_n

© 2016 Turnrow Speedshop

Theme by Anders NorenUp ↑