Gautam Singhania is the Chairman and MD at Raymond Group who has a deep passion for rare and exotic cars and is also a professional car racer.
This video clip shows Gautam Singhania in his iconic and mega-rare Ford Ratrod. Gautam is an accomplished car racer who has a great passion for automobiles. His car collection is one of the most unique in the country. There is a stark contrast in the kind of vehicles he owns. They could range from the ultra-modern supercars like the McLaren to this Ford Ratrod that probably belongs to almost the last century.
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Gautam Singhania in his Rare Ford Ratrod
You would often find Gautam in one of his distinct automobiles on the streets of Mumbai. An adventure-seeker by aptitude, this video confirms that he is different from the crowd. The video clip has been shared by arshad akbani on YouTube. The short visuals show him driving to a venue in his Ford Ratrod. As he parks the car and is about to come out, he takes out the steering wheel completely and hands it over to a man from a hole in the roof. However, that is not anything out of the ordinary if you know anything about the Ratrod cars.
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The concept dates back almost a century ago. In the 1920s, these types of cars were the norm. However, the luxury cars of the time also looked like these. In fact, it was these luxury cars that originally featured this design pattern and body type. Sometime later, Ratrod cars became cheap knock-offs of these erstwhile luxury cars. A Ratrod is a car that is put together using absolutely anything that might otherwise be lying waste on the road.
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Most such cars use, for example, rifles as gear levers, wrenches as door handles, hand saws as sun visors, etc. Basically, these cars could use anything from daily lives as a component of a car that could easily be disassembled and reused anywhere else. That is the reason why the paint is not proper and the body surface looks rusted. What do you think of this unique car type?
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