I have been very busy working on the roadster frame and “Murphy’s Law” was in effect the whole time. My trusty TIG welder which I have owned over 25 years finally decided not to work, or so I thought. It turns out after two days of replacing items, that rusty brown spots are caused by inadequate gas shielding to protect the weld puddle. The problem was a hole in the gas line that was covered with a shield common on TIG cables. Now that the problem has been fixed, I can go back to work on Monday. The weekend is booked for the Woody show in Wavecrest and the Outriders Picnic on Sunday. I hope to get the frame for the roadster painted next week so stay tuned for the final results.
Have a good weekend and enjoy your Street Rod, Hot Rod or Rat Rod.
Swedish import at Goodguys this year. Very patina looking!
Super Auburn dash in a history Deuce roadster from Saint Louis. Don’t these look nice?
Once in a while a little room is required and what a better ride than a 40 convert.
A great photo from Pebble Beach this year. Can you name the famous top 75 Deuce?
Older creation of a nice profile Deuce sedan Hiboy from San Diego. Copy this and you are in style very inexpensively.
My favorite Deuce Tudor Hiboy, Hot Rod Foundation president’s car.