I am very thankful for the pictures I receive from all the people who view my website. I have a very large file of my own photos but it is good to see some of your projects. I am very partial to 32-34, 40 & 46-48 Fords. I like all models especially Roadsters, Coupes, Sedans and Delivery’s. Oh, Woodys have a special place in my blog, so send them to me.
My love for the Halibrand Quickchange rear end is quite obvious. Early rods with QC’s go together like milk and cookies or beer and pizza. Today, I will feature some more cars from P-Town and later in the week some viewer’s cars.
I am supposed to be hard at work on the roadster so I will be short today and go out in the garage.
This is the famous 3window Larry’s car from the HAMB. Quite a story on this car but it ended up in the Bay Area and in Moal’s booth. Very nice current trend car. Steve did some work on it for the new owner. Crowd’s around it all weekend.[singlepic=1423]
Varni’s sedan also has the look and draws a lot of crowds. Believe or not these type of cars are becoming very popular. Do you remember your first Hot Rod?[singlepic=1424]
I fell in love with this Brizio built hiboy. I know too modern, but Roy builds a nice car. Car was perfect with Sid’s interior, lowered hood (a Brizio trademark), bright red paint and a Deuce Factory stainless axle.[singlepic=1426]
My friend, Gary’s, super nice British Racing Green sedan. Car was built in SO-CAL and now lives in Sonoma. Kugel front suspension with living room front seats makes the car ride like a dream.[singlepic=1427]
Full fendered Wescott 33 was built by Brizio a few years ago and still looks fresh. IFS, 350/350/ 8 inch and Sid’s interior make for a nice ride.[singlepic=1428]
Roy’s 3 window coupe was for sale. This was a real nice real 3 window that has been in the process for the last couple of years. Roy does nice work. Roy’s shop is in Huntington Beach, CA.[singlepic=1429]
This little maroon 5 window caught my eye all weekend. Looked like a Brizio car, but I don’t think so. Five windows look great as a Hiboy. I think it was chopped about 2 1/2 inches.
Very nice and super rare 41 Chevy sedan delivery with a 292 six cylinder engine. Owner put it back to stock with a mild motor.