Jeepers Creepers – “It creeped people out”

Jeepers Creepers – “It creeped people out”

When your heart and soul go into a project, you get a truck like Tim Bohm’s Jeepers Creepers. This one of a kind, built not bought truck is a head turner. It’s worth taking notice, especially since it’s hiding some go-go juice that you wouldn’t expect out of a rat rod bogger.

Photo Credit: Michelle Harrell

  • Truck – Jeepers Creepers
  • Owner/Driver/Where From: Tim Bohm from Middletown, New York, 45 years old
  • Truck Model: 1947 Dodge Rat Rod
  • Engine: 800+ HP small block Chevy bored .60, Eagle full rolling assembly, Blue Print Muscle Car heads 2.08, Weiand Pro-Street Supercharger with a 100 shot of nitrous

WD: Awards/Competitions Won?
TB: Several truck and rat rod show awards, but only mud the truck for fun no mudding awards

WD: Favorite Mud Parks/Events?
TB: My favorite mud park is IRONHORSE MUD RANCH

WD: Fun Fact about Your Truck and/or Yourself?
TB: The truck is awesome to drive power wise plus it turns heads, fun to see people’s reactions

WD: Sponsors?

TB: RACE-READY TRANSMISSIONS in Port Richey, Florida (www.racereadytransmissions.com)

WD: What got you in to the mud biz? How long have you been at it?
TB: I’ve been mudding since high school with my first truck

WD: Married? Kids? Are they involved?
TB: I’ve been married for 25 years to my high school sweetheart Tammy we have a 23 year old daughter named Courtney who also drives JEEPERS

WD: If you could get behind the wheel of any other truck which would it be?
TB: If given the chance I would drive GRAVE DIGGER

WD: What keeps you in the game?
TB: All the different people and style of trucks all different ways of builds

WD: What’s one fun non-mud related fact we might not know about you?
TB: When not mudding or working on my truck I love to cook all different types of food on my home built SMOKER

WD: If you could vacation anywhere in the world where would you go?
TB: I would love to vacation in Bora Bora

WD: What do you think the most important part of a truck is?
TB: The builder is the most important part of a truck besides the roll cage

WD: What is your daily driver?
TB: A lifted 07 GMC DENALI

WD: What is your Day Job?
TB: My day job is running and operating my own transmission shop. RACE READY TRANSMISSIONS

WD: What is on the Horizon for you/your truck?
TB: I don’t know what the future holds for me or my truck we’ll have to see together

WD: How did your truck get it’s name?
TB: The first time we ran the truck at an event when it got to be around dusk driving it around with the lime green led lights and the sound it creeped people out so friends of mine started calling it JEEPERS CREEPERS and it stuck two years ago

WD: Final Thoughts?
TB: I really appreciate the support and recognition I hand built this truck 100% the engine, transmission, suspension, frame, all the welding and design all done by me very few can say that I’m very proud of my truck and all its accomplishments Thank you for the time to tell my story. SEEYA!

WD: Facebook Page/Twitter Link if Available: Tim Bohm 

Photo Credit: Queenslinger Photography

Photo Credit: Dirt Mob/Roger Maida

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