Doug Sr. took the '32 out to the Asphalt Angels Car show this past weekend.
He took home the Judges' Choice Award! Bravo!
We had the spot next to Roddy Moore, who brought out Slick Patterson's '39 Ford custom
built right here in Richmond in 1948. It's an extremely early east coast custom.
So good to see such great local history sitting next to each other.
Here is the car on Monument Avenue sometime around 1950, I think.
Roddy also had some real neat local club plaques on display,
as well as a great website dedicated to documenting Virginia hot rodding:
1932 5 Window coupe barn find
Complete with Y-block Cragar blower
1960 FLH for the missus
1952 FL still kicking around
1958 FLH roller built and sold to VCP
Heavy duty Buick rebuild still going strong
1941 Coupe coming along nicely
Neat little 76 XL put back together
Pete's truck jumped hopped up from 21 studs to 24 with an all business engine
Mr.Powell in a clean Brookville Roadster
Brother Grubb building an AV-8 with a little help from the shop
Skirts for the Merc
And a friendly old farm truck found it's way out of the sticks.
All and all a pretty good year. There was a lot more than this going on, but you get the idea. New Years resolution...more media. Thanks to everyone who made this year possible.
Yep, 5 years folks. We have been plugging along for 5 years here in Richmond, VA. Thank you to all of our customers and friends who have supported us along the way. Whether you bought a gasket or a engine we are grateful for your business. We could not do what we do without you and your support.
So bring out your old ride on May 3rd. Lunch is on us. It's always a good time with a very laid back crowd.