Thursday’s Thougths

I still have more photos from the weekend and will share them with you today. Thursday is my day for thinking and visiting some Hot Rod Shops. I have not been to Frantic Fred’s in awhile so I am off to see what is going on with him. The Valley offers so much in the way of automotive shops that I could literally spend every day visiting a different place. This would give me a good excuse for not getting my roadster done. Bobo and I plan on visiting Neil Gates who makes top irons and bows for roadsters. He is a super nice fellow with lots of talent. Bobo wants a top to help keep the California sun from doing damage. More on the tops later on next week.

The weekend events for me are LA Wood and CCC NSRA appreciation day. I am sure their will be lots of cars to see.

Stay Tooned!



Red oxide roadster with a strong traditional look.


Rare 34 sedan delivery was hiding on the side of the building. This was my first sedan delivery that I acquired while attending West Point. I did not know I would get hooked on these commercial vehicles.


Olive green Deuce RPU was standing tall in the sea of roadsters. Unique interior and engine. High quality build.


Interior was very nice. 34 dash was a nice change from the standard 5 gauges.


This is the car that Dereck purchased last year. NO RUST ever and waiting for the Brizio touch. I sure hope it doesn’t loose it flavor during the full build. I think it is going to be a full fendered car.


Eric’s 49 Chevy pickup in for the Brizio treatment. TCI frame, 9 inch, and metal surgery. Nice ride for the estate of Eric’s.


I love 5 windows with fenders. This black beauty was sporting a Halibrand quick change, wheels and SBC engine. Super black and straight.


McCoy clone with a wrecked right fender. Nice tudor that needs a new fender.


This is a perfect pair of Deuces. Sedan and 5 window hiding on the side.


This is me in a sea of roadsters. I spent a lot of time in the back lot. Roadsters everywhere. Cool!

Today’s ride…Dreaming


Tom’s perfect 40 coupe. Understated from the outside but a typical Walsh build everywhere you looked.

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