I always get anxious when going on a trip to the Bay Area. Â 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. Â I look forward to seeing our family and friends and, of course, the Brizio Shop Party. Â 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. Â I always see lots of my old friends at Roy’s who drive from LA each year to attend the event. Â Yes, many of them come from all over the US to see what the master of hiboy’s is building in his shop. Â 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. Â 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. Â 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. Â He is retiring and moving to another state and no longer has a need for the car. Â I would love to have this one but it is way out of my league. Â I know the history of the car for the past 40 years and it is a very nice car for the serious collector. Â 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. Â Shown below are some pictures of the car. Â 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
This California 1941 Ford sedan delivery with history is available for adoption. Â 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. Â An extra gas tank has been added under the rear tire compartment. Â Nothing cut.
The interior has a stock dash and sedan seat with an F100 steering column connected to the 700r4 transmission. Â 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. Â This little 283 in a Deuce is what I’m all about. Â Love it!
Maybe John’s 27 is a little farther along this year. Â 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. Â Note the line for the great hot dogs Roy serves….(over a 1000).