Street rodding has been a part of American culture since the 40s and 50s. Personally I have been immersed in rodding since I was a very small child. I’ve attended hundreds of NSRA shows as a vendor, working the booth to sell quality parts to the street rodders for 30 years. During that time I got the chance to see a lot of street rods and there are a few cars that stick out as all time greats. My fathers chopped ’32 3 window coupe, a pair of T buckets known as “sunkist” and “moonkist” and a very famous Lime green pro street ’33 with open headers being a few of them. There is one car however that made a huge impression on me. The all time badest hot rod ever… Posies ’37 Ford pro street coupe. It was built by the pro hot rod builder Ken Fenical from Posies hot rods. Other than my fathers cars it is undoubtedly my favorite street rod. From the chop and paint to the stance and the scoop, everything about the car is amazing. Posies ’37 coupe was built before the time of social media and before the internet got to the point its at today. Because of that I can’t find many pictures of the car online but here is a couple shots. I really hope that I will see this car in person again one day.