Topper’s Tuesday

The big day is almost here and I will be leaving for Pasadena tomorrow so this will be the last post for this week. I spend most of my days searching for a sedan delivery, looking at my ebay sales and bids, working in the garage on my projects and talking to Hot Rod enthusiasts all over the world via my website. Life is good and I am very thankful for all of you who respond with pictures, questions and general conversation. Thank you.

What started as a gift from my artistic son has grown into a daily routine for me. I enjoy Hot Rods of all kinds and really like to attend events wherever possible. I will be leaving next week for the Goodguys Show in Pleasanton and will take lots pictures to share with you.

Here are some of my favorite cars.

Dreaming is certainly possible on this site. I do it everyday.

Have a great day.

Stay Tooned!



Lou’s very fine 41 delivery. Cover car of Hot Rod, Flathead, stock driveline, bright 40 Ford red. Now in Santa Barbara.


My all time favorite Deuce Tudor sedan. Former Jim Wrench car. Injected motor, QC, roll bar…the works.


Joe’s black 33 with SBC, 700r4, nine inch, red leather and 5 spokes. Nice.


Prufer/Meyer Deuce 3 window with big block, QC, Fink metalwork and all ready to race.


I don’t know the owner of this nice old style sedan but he is always at the Outriders picnic. Nice looking Hiboy.


I know it is not a Hot Rod, but Jerry’s B400 with the 4 cylinder kicker under the hood is one great Deuce.


My friend Walt’s garage. He has lots of cars, but these are two of my favorites. The Potvin cam Deuce and the 46 Woody.


Monnich built and now owned by Bob this cloud mist gray coupe is a show stopper wherever it goes. Looks stock but has 327/350 combo with a dropped axle, 8 inch on buggy springs and bones. The interior is bone stock.



Bauder’s Deuce panel is a rare bird and is finished in winter leaf brown with black fenders. Bob’s stand Americans and attention to detail is exquisite. Bob has a stable of Deuces. Roadster, 5 window, 4 dr sedan, etc.

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