A little bit of everything for you on this first Friday in May. We are in full swing in California and every weekend is full of car activity. I hope your area is going strong and you’re driving your Hot Rod. Hand hurts tonight so I will keep it short.
Jane and I are headed to the Classic Chevy Car Show at Boy’s Town.
Have a great weekend!
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A different approach to your Deuce hiboy.
The Deuce 4-door has a following and this is a nice one.
JHRS builds super Deuces like this Tudor that was commissioned by George Poteet.
Love those Cabriolets. Early 80’s style with Zenith wire wheels.
Woodgraining is beautiful on dash and window frames.
Grand kids love to ride back here and note the seat belts.
Here is that color again that just looks right on a Deuce.
This is me and my Date Night ride with no Date!
The 40 truck is as popular as ever with prices sky high. Ray Brown build.
Sharon Kolmos still drives her Buttera influenced sedan.
Nice color choice for a 36 sedan delivery.
One of the nicest 40 built a few years ago.
A local car that got away from me. Real deal!
Not sure what happened to this project but I would love to have seen it finished.
Mild chop (2″) on this sedan looks just right to me.
My first sedan with a 3″ chop was a rust free body and chassis.
This 33 is a perfect metal finished example of GMT’s workmanship.
Steadfast know how to work metal to make it perfect.
A beautiful 5-window at Bruce’s place.
The wife was just elated when I brought this beauty home. Frank Brown reluctantly sold it to me. I should have left it just like this…Bell axle, Lincoln brakes, perfect hammer welded chop and not rust or patch panels.