The roadsters are arriving daily even in our little town. The weather is perfect and the sunshine is always present. My out of town guest should be here by this afternoon and the fun begins. I have all of the junk to take to the Roadster Show Swap ready to go. Gary and George can help load and then we head for Pomona. This year should be great. The advertisement states than over 350 vendors are signed up. I sure need some things for my cars. My wife gave me $100, WOW, where will I spend it all….Oh, I don’t need that much. Thanks for the private slush fund of PewsPlace. Seriously, you can find whatever you need at the Swap meet.
Start thinking roadsters.
Have a look.
Hemi powered Deuce with Artillery wheels, bias tires and all the goodies.[singlepic=176]
SO-CAL old style from a couple of years ago at the Open House.[singlepic=179]
My first love affair with a higboy roadster. Tom’s original at the Peterson. I saw this in Indy at the NHRA Finals in the 60’s parked in front of a bar….never forgot it.[singlepic=202]
Craig built this hand formed 32 when he worked at Boyd’s. My friend Walt owns it now and came out and took me to lunch when I was sick. Rides wonderful.[singlepic=205]
Bob’s first DuVall windshield 32 built my him and Shane.[singlepic=212]
SO-CAL finished Doane II Deuce. This one is over the top.[singlepic=222]
Jeff’s Moal built 29 Track roadster. The best in my mind.[singlepic=244]
Washington Blue, the new red, Deuce from back in the Midwest. Nice looking, killer stance.
The reason we have such a great Roadster Show. LA Roadsters shown here at the Peterson last year. Thanks a bunch men.