The big game, Nick’s Woody meet, house guests and a bad back. What a weekend. I did manage to survive but will be paying the price this week. The surprising win by New York was to my favor and I can relate to the comeback by the Giants. Nick’s Woody meet was great as usual and people from all over the country came to see the Woody’s. If you have never been to this event and like Woody’s you should mark your calendars for the first Saturday in February of 2009. Gary and George stayed with us and we tried to see if we could eat for three days without stopping. We did a pretty good job.
Lets look at some cars.
Nicks Woody collection. There is at least one or two of every Ford Woody from 1932 through 1948. All in mint restored condition.[singlepic=784]
Upper floor shot of Woody’s.[singlepic=785]
For people with a strong desire to own a Woody, this was available, a 1937 project.[singlepic=786]
For the Deuce lovers there were lots of fenders for sale. Priced very reasonable, except CW Moss[singlepic=792]
Gary looking at the coupe he built for Sandy and Bob. For sale, best offer over a $1.00. Ha!
The gang, Bob, Gary and Sandy. This is right before the big lunch at the Barn Burner.[singlepic=789]
Nice Deuce Tudor hiboy at Nicks. This car has been around for a long time. Very nice ride.[singlepic=790]
My friend John’s gasser style 40 coupe with hot 327 and real mag wheels. The coupe does haul.
Flathead powered Kugel Chassis deuce.