Looking like the hotrod version of what The Munster family used to run their errrands, this new beast of a ride from Cutworm Specialities would be quite intimidating to see charging up in your rearview. President and lead fabricator of the custom design shop, Jeb Greenstone, drove this Dually Hauler Hot Rod to the SEMA auto show, winning the inaugural “Ride Your Hauler to SEMA” contest with relative ease, which also earns the car a prominent display in front of the Las Vegas Convention Center. This lean, mean machine is built with an all-aluminum body based on the 1930-31 Ford Model A Truck with suspension, spindles, axles, and lug nuts all built from scratch. It’s powered by a 1967 Lincoln 460 V8 with a Built c6 transmission that can produce between 575 and 600 hp. The interior is also custom made, with the seat, dash, steering wheel, and pedals all crafted by the Cutworm team. Even the rear axle and 19.5″ wheels have an interesting history: they’re from an old motorhome. See more angles and a short clip of this beast in action after the click.