Nine Mile Falls, Wash. - KillBillet.com LLC is pleased to announce the release of its "17th Hour" DVD, which details an extraordinary exploit by four friends who built a 1931 hot rod from scratch in 17 hours in the parking lot of the world’s largest rat rod show, Viva Las Vegas. The story begins in Plummer, Idaho, where the group built a 1958 Chevy school bus with used parts and drove it more than 1,200 miles to Las Vegas. Then, with a parking lot as their makeshift garage, the crew will be building a 1931 Model A coupe entirely from junkyard parts and drive it back home. Nothing like this has ever been done before, according to Austin Else, Founder of KillBillet.com. "There is nobody out there who has built a hot rod from scratch in 17 hours—not to mention driving the car 1,250 miles after the build," Austin explains. "It was a huge risk."
Can they build it, will they make it back home? Get the DVD and find out for your self.