Design a Street Rod

The Contest

About this time last year we ran a T-shirt design contest that was highly successful, and to continue the traditional we’re running another contest this year. This time around the stakes are higher; we’re enlisting your aid to help design us a graphical vinyl wrap for our 1933 factory five that will be finished later this year. To help you get started we have created a couple of templates, located below, that you can use to draw on. There are no restrictions on the design, so be as creative as possible! After your finished with your design you can submit your artwork using the submission form below. This contest will run from now until January 31st 2012, and starting February 2nd the public will vote on their favorite design. The design with the most votes will receive $500 in cash! Good luck.

Contest Rules

  • All artwork must be original or free for commercial use, and must be computer generated
  • Submission deadline is January 31st, 2012
  • Multiple submissions are allowed
  • Any color, texture, or design is allowed!
  • The winner will receive a $500 in cash
  • The Public will vote for the winner, Voting will take place between February 1st to the 10th
  • Use the template below for your design
  • The submission form is located at the bottom of the page

1933 Factory Five Project History

For those of you paying close attention you may have known that at the Street Rod Nationals in Louisville, a couple years back, we purchased a Factory Five 33 Hot Rod. To say the least we were very excited about our new acquisition. However the want-to factor is oftentimes overshadowed by the actual availability of time to git-r-done. Having said that, we are making great progres with the vehicle.

The package from Factory Five is a fairly straight forward affair, but true to form we’ve had to add a few “personal” touches to make the car uniquely our own. Probably the biggest change is the Winters quick change rear-end. Factory Five doesn’t offer this as an option so we’ve had to design our own rear suspension set up. All in all that was for the best since we’re going to run our Shockwaves on all for corners. Because intended use for the car is to auto cross the fire out of it, we felt the quick change was the most efficient way to tune our gear ratio on the road and at the track.

To round out the drive train we will be using a small block Ford backed by a Nascar four speed trans. Attached to the Winters quick change pushing 335’s out back (295’s up front) the lack of weight and more than enough horse power to pull it all through the corners, this little hot rod should fly.

Contest Templates

You can use the multiview or isometric template… or both!


Multiview Template: .JPG

Isometric Template: .JPG | .PSD

Download the RideTech logo on our Media Site

Design Submission


The submissions have ended, we are compiling entries at the moment. Check back February 2nd for an update.