The weekend is over and the 47th annual LA Roadster Show is history. The show broke all attendance records in every category, roadsters, vendors, swappers and attendance. In short, the show was a huge success. I don’t think you could have seen it all in one day. I spent three days and still did not see everything I wanted to. I talked to people from all over the world who have come to see the roadsters. One fellow from Australia is staying over for the 40 Ford day this Sunday in LaPalma Park. He had purchased so many parts that he had to stay and get them boxed and shipped before heading back.
Roy Brizio, had a very nice booth filled with many of the cars he has built over the years. It won’t be long before they change the name of the show to the Brizio Roadster Show. Ha! Roy builds the best in my mind….and they do drive them.
I have hundreds of pictures. I will post them over the next several weeks. Stay tuned.
Here are a few of my favorites.
Bob Everts stunning Deuce with a Hemi, Duvall, Kidney Beans
Rear shot of Bob’s hiboy, very traditional car with a beautiful top
Seldom seen 32 phaeton hiboy from Indiana
O.K. its not a roadster, but my old sedan delivery, now Edelbrock’s