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the telephone rod custom hotrod V8 show car original from the 70s

  • Price: Ask a price!
  • Make: Ford
  • Model: Model T
  • Type: telephone
  • Trim: 1
  • Year: 1972
  • Mileage: 10
  • Color: Blue
  • Engine size: V8
  • Number of cylinders: 8
  • Fuel: Gasoline
  • Transmission: Automatic
  • Drive type: RWD
  • Options: telephone, telephone book, folding door, canadian cab
  • Vehicle Title: Clear
  • Location: Großnaundorf, Germany


Welcome to this probably unique opportunity.

This original movie Hot Rod is one of about 50 remaining!

We already deal with Hot Rods and unique and particularly

fancy cars for many years, but this vehicle is really the most extravagant ever.

This car has an internationally well-known story.

This vehicle is a rare original from the early 1970s.

Back than it used to be very famous.

Even today everybody wants to take a closer look at it and of course takes a photo if possible.

This car brings you a very high amount of attention and gets you into a conversation with anybody you like.

In Germany, the Grip Motor - magazine came to us a few weeks ago, doing a short report about this car,

which was broadcasted on 09/27/2015 on RTL II :

„The telephone Rod“

You are bidding on a original custom car from the early 70's,

which was part of many well known fairs in Canada and Germany.

This unique Hod Rod was created in the early

70s together with other very extravagant

vehicle creations by Gerry Nimz in Burlington Canada.

Together with Carl Caspar, he is one of the most popular showcar-

and moviecar-designer of the 70s and 80s.

"The telephone Rod" was first introduced to the public at the

"Canadian International Car Show" during the late 70s.

It made headlines worldwide with great interest.

In the following years the vehicle appeared several times

at various exhibitions and events in America.

1981 it was shipped along with other extravagant vehicle creations,

with Lufthansa German Airlines from Toronto to

Dusseldorf. Here it was presented on the "Jochen Rindt Show"

(today's Essen Motor Show).

The Rod was part of the newly

introduced "Show Center", a presentation area for

historic cars, design studies and very extravagant vehicles.

Many famous people of the 80s like Mark Thatcher

and Emerson Fittipaldi got themselves photographed with vehicles from the show center.