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Hot rods have an abundance of chrome parts, they fatten up the tires for extra traction, engine is modified and some body panels are removed. Most hot rods are typically painted with a design of flames behind the front wheels. A typical hot rod is heavily modified by replacing the engine and transmission, a few other components, including brakes and steering. Building a hot rod requires skills in mechanics, welding, automotive paint and body work.
Lasers work by blasting away the top layer of skin. This forces new skin to grow in its position, and it's a simple idea in concept, don't you think? Basically it's a high tech version of dermabrasion (which uses a mechanical scrub to remove scars). That might sound rather painful. Most laser treatments these days employ some cooling mechanism for the skin, and it's alternated, laser, cooling, laser, cooling etc. This will reduce the amount of pain, but don't think that there isn't going to be any! In addition to this, you will need to be careful on the days immediately following the laser treatment. Your skin will feel fairly raw, and you may even need to take a couple of days off work. This will depend though on your treatment provider - so make sure you get all the facts before you take the plunge.
The basic story of the Disney Pixar Cars games is that of the race car Lightning McQueen that has only one target: that of winning. He is on his way to the Piston Cup Championship, one of the most prestigious races of the year. But Lightning McQueen gets lost on the way and here is where the real adventure begins. The race car gets to Radiator Springs, a long forgotten place where he meets a lot of funny characters. In this place where not even the grass seems to grow, Lightning McQueen learns the lesson of his life, and realizes that races are not what life is about. He also gets to meet a former champion and a nice Porsche that he falls in love with.
Classic cars make up the third category. This classification is slightly muddier as it spans cars made in the 1940s right through to the 1980s. As such this could include anything from a Austin A40 to a Peugeot 205GTi.
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