Friday’s Finale

Today will be the last post for this year. I am going to take a vacation for the remainder of the year and be with my family. It has been a great year for Pewsplace featuring some of the nicest hot rods and customs from around the world. I want to thank all of my viewers who sent in their project photos and kept me going full time. I seem to be able to feature some of the cars that most everyone like and maybe find helpful in building their dream hot rod. My angel is by my side each time I sit down to write a blog. I normally just compose my comments after looking at my itinerary and the photos I receive. I use both my photos, photos from the internet and other personal sources. I try to give credit for the photo if I know who took it but most of the time I have no idea who the photographer was. You can use any of the photos on my site you wish to. To copy just click on the photo and make a copy for your files. I see my photos all over the place and people are sharing them on Facebook, Instagram and emails. I am retired and just enjoy writing about old Fords.

Have a wonderful Holiday Season with family and friends. I will be back in January with more stories about old Fords and the trips my wife and I take ” Living the Dream” on the West Coast.

Stay Tooned!

Lynn

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Happy Holidays

from

Pewsplace

Lynn and Jane

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08 Roadster Front

The mystery car was built by Gary Mussman at Cornhuskers and sold to the Japanese person who did the transformation shown above.

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Lower than most in the rear –  Roy learned how to get the rear end down by raising the wheel wells.

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Lucy found a new home and was transformed into a Rod & Custom feature car. Thanks to Terry and his crew.

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This Bad Boy is ready for some street action with the high torque of the nailhead and the heavy right foot of the owner.

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Custom Auto in Loveland builds my kind of cars. A sedan for all seasons would be perfect for me.

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A nice 5-window would work also. They took just a little bit off the top to make it stand out in the crowd.

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Bruce has a nice collection of Deuce shells on his walls. He also has a nice collection of Deuces he built.

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If you own a Deuce coupe you also need the matching garage mate roadster to keep peace in the family.

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Boyd and Vern left us too early but their influence on the smooth look will long be remembered.


Christmas Special – Day 4

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Steadfast built my favorite sedan and received many accolades from the big boys. Henry has the eye and talent to execute the overall style of the iconic Deuce.

Comments 18

  1. Lynn, thanks for all the info, and I really enjoy your input about our great love of these old hot rods. looking forward to a great new year,chasing our dream car down. happy holidays

  2. Hi Lynn,
    Many thanks for the time you put into a blog I follow with great interest. It’s been great to follow your adventures, your thoughts and ideas and also the styles of rodding you (we) all enjoy. My best wishes to you and the Pew family and all the very best for the New Year.
    Greg Stokes
    Auckland
    New Zealand

  3. I would like to wish you and your family a very nice X-Mas and a happy New Year & a good vacation!!!
    I really enjoy reading your blog and seeing the pictures – it is simply the best…
    Hope to read more next year…
    Thanks again!!!
    Best regards,

    Filip Zegers
    Belgium, Europe

  4. Hello Lynn, a Very Merry Christmas and a healthy New Year to you and yours!! Thank you for the great work on the website, I look forward to your posts.

  5. Glad to have met you at Wavecrest this year. Keep the blog going strong in 2015 I love it!! Season’s greetings to all from four time zones to the east….. Bill

  6. Thank you Lynn for the work you do to put these blogs together. They certainly bring a lot of enjoyment to this old rodder. Merry Christmas.

  7. Hi Lynn, Thanks for all the fun you provide for us. Have a Wonderful Holiday Season with your Family and a Happy and Healthy 2015. The 40’s turn 75
    Jim (-:

  8. My thanks, too, for your highly entertaining blog. I look forward to resuming reading it next year.

    Tony

  9. Thanks Lynn for making our hobby just a little more enjoyable . I hope you and Jane have a nice holiday and I’m looking forward to reading more of your adventures next year .

  10. Lynn, thank you for your blog. I love you taste in hot rods. Merry Christmas and a wonderful New Year to you and yours.

    John

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