Friday’s Fords

The rain has prevented some of us from driving our Hot Rods but plans to clear up today. Driving a roadster in the rain is no fun especially if it is cold. Heavy rain gear helps but the car suffers if the rain last the entire trip. We don’t have much rain in California but when it does, it pours. A top helps as do side curtains, but there is nothing like a closed car for raining days.

The San Luis Roadsters are holding their event this weekend so I hope the rain doesn’t spoil their activities for the attendee’s. Many will leave their roadsters up the coast for the next weekend roadster event. I do agree that roadsters owners have more fun with their cars than anyone else. Woodie owners are a close second. Many own both types for the best of both worlds.

Work continues at Pewsplace making necessary repairs to the cars for the summer touring. Our next big adventure will be to Ojai for some beautiful scenery, good food and some delicious ice cream. Plan your summer well and don’t forget about the Deuces on 101 show in Buellton.

Stay Tooned!

Lynn

A beautiful example of a Deuce Phaeton.
Sherm, who is the organizer of his run, also is an excellent photographer. The 40 rag is a favorite of mine.
A beautiful Deuce will be heading up the coast today.
Closed cars are welcome also. This 33 is very easy on the eyes.
This beautiful roadster is loaded with details.
I like the 46-8 convertibles for their cruising ability in inclement weather.
I have used Halibrand Champs for many years but the noise has led to the 9″ smooth back from now on.
Looking forward to the LARS again this year. That coupe looks familiar.
I love building the 40 Ford chassis. You can bolt on everything with ease and they ride just fine.
A Duvall windshield looks good on the 36 roadster.
Memorial Day is fast approaching and we need to celebrate our freedom.
The Phaeton looks good with the top down also.
Hot Rod Deluxe is what I call this 33 coupe.
My favorite for cruising the PCH is a 40 Woodie
You don’t see many Phaetons but when you do you will stop and take a look.

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