Friday is a fun day. I am done with the garage doors, well almost, and can take off to the Model A swap meet in Long Beach. This swap meet attracts the “Retro” crowd as Model A’s are real popular, especially the coupes. My friend Bobo is looking for a coupe, so maybe I can find him one.
Todays feature cars are from Frank Brown in New Mexico. Frank is a long time friend and a true enthusiasts. Frank has a stable full of cars and continues to find the ones hidden away for years in the LA area. Frank can do it all and has put together some of the nicest “History Deuces” around. Here are a couple of them.
Have a great weekend.
This is one of Frank’s roadsters. He calls it the Mayflower and drives it everywhere. History goes back to the 40’s and he has preserved everything including the color. PRC regular.
He also owns this 3 window that was purchased from a little old lady in Pasadena in 1946. He is the 5th owner from new. Chopped top was done on the redo many years ago.
32 sedan that I purchased from Frank in the early 80’s. Mint sheet metal and frame.
Frank also built this very beautiful Deuce phaeton a few years ago. Black and maroon, 327, 5 speed. Goes everywhere in this neat ride.
Interior shot showing dash detail.
My friend George also has some neat Deuces. Here he is driving a RPU at Tom’s Deuce Ranch. Rare indeed.
Nice 33 Phaeton on ebay again today.