Thursday’s Travels

I always get anxious when going on a trip to the Bay Area.  We used to live in the beautiful city of Danville and we have a lot of friends plus our children who still live in the New York of the West.  I look forward to seeing our family and friends and, of course, the Brizio Shop Party.  I know my family doesn’t mind if I sneak away for a few hours to see the cars while they catch up on the current news in the city.  I always see lots of my old friends at Roy’s who drive from LA each year to attend the event.  Yes, many of them come from all over the US to see what the master of hiboy’s is building in his shop.  I am not sure how busy he is during these tough economic times but I am sure he is keeping his large staff busy.

As many of you know, Pewsplace receives at lot of requests to list cars that are available for adoption.  I don’t show many of them but sometimes when I know about the car I will show you some photos and if you have an interest will put you in touch with the seller.  I have a request from my neighbor who is selling his 1941 Ford sedan delivery that he has owned and rebuilt over the past twelve years.  He is retiring and moving to another state and no longer has a need for the car.  I would love to have this one but it is way out of my league.  I know the history of the car for the past 40 years and it is a very nice car for the serious collector.  I do not know the price but it won’t be inexpensive due to the amount of money that has been invested in the car.  Shown below are some pictures of the car.  If you have any interest in this car or would like more information let me know in the comment section of the post.

I have a few more cars that have become available and will do a special Friday’s Feature on a couple of them.

Happy Mother’s Day

Stay Tooned!


This California 1941 Ford sedan delivery with history is available for adoption.  Heidts SS Superide, nine inch, Edelbrock Signature 383, 460 hp, 460 torque, 700r4…WOW!

The rear door is perfect as are the original tail lights and correct bumper.  An extra gas tank has been added under the rear tire compartment.  Nothing cut.

The interior has a stock dash and sedan seat with an F100 steering column connected to the 700r4 transmission.  The interior is done in tan leather with black carpet.

The engine compartment is fully detailed and has custom inner fender panels for the A/C and Alternator.

I am a sucker for the OEM look.  This little 283 in a Deuce is what I’m all about.  Love it!

Maybe John’s 27 is a little farther along this year.  I hope to have some more photos of this one when I return.

Today’s Dream….Roy’s Shop Party!

That is me in the middle of the back lot doing what I do best.  Note the line for the great hot dogs Roy serves….(over a 1000).

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