My number one daughter is now married and a great time was had by all in attendance. Pasadena is a beautiful city with lots of history and landmarks to see. The bride and groom are now enjoying Mexico for a relaxing time. Now, I can start to work on the roadster and maybe accomplish something in the next few months.
I have received some nice pictures from Deuce Day this past weekend as well as some other pictures that I will share with you this week.
I know many of you are attending Bonneville and the Goodguys Hot Rod Week in P-Town so see you next week. I will be leaving Thursday for P-Town. Lots of pictures, please. No 20 inch billet wheels allowed unless Divco repros.
Last year’s P-Town where the Brizio roadsters are out in mass. One fellow built both of these. One steel, one glass. Go figure![singlepic=1405] [singlepic=1406]
My high school friend, Dave drives his cars. Here is his 1934, former Neal East car, after his trip to Seattle. Way to go Dave.[singlepic=1407]
I still love 46-48 Woody’s, but maybe this is a hard way to start.[singlepic=1404]
Nice neighbor to have. JJ photo of and old school project. I love these photos.[singlepic=1403]
Local 40 who was talking about chopping the top on JJ, but was convinced to leave it alone. Thank God! Never touch a 40 coupe.
Eastwood’s run with another favorite of mine. This car has mechanical brakes and a “hot” Flathead.