Part 2 of the NSRA Hot Rod Fun Run at billing Aquadrome.
|Cherry red '34 Ford, with bobbed rear fenders, |
and massive big block blown motor.
|Look up Hot Rod in the dictionary and |
there will be a picture of this.
A '32 Ford roadster with a black and
flamed paint job and big and little wheels.
|A fully fendered '32 5 window with lovely yellow |
paint and slightly darker yellow flames.
|The airbrushing was excellent. Look |
closely at the airbrushed faces on the fenders.
|Wody station wagon, very very clean.|
|Woody's were in fashion this year.|
|The name on the door sum's it all up really.|
|A 5 window model 'A' with a model 'B' grill, |
one colour paint and whitewall tyres.
|Another classic combo on this '32 roadster. |
Baby blue paint with red steels and whitewall
tyres and a 21 stud Flathead V8 engine.
|Looks like an early Chevy woody station |
wagon. The wood complimented the
|From every angle this looked so good.|
|Not sure what this was, but the detailing in |
the airbrushed flames was incredible.
|Who ever airbrushed these flames is |
very talented.The photo's don't really do
the fading of the flames any Justice.
|Ford model 'Y' with a huge motor.|
|Low, matt black and made up from so |
many different vehicles but I did like it.
|Beetle sporting Red scallops and looks |
like a slight roof chop.
|Another true rod made from whatever the |
owner could get his hands on. Loved how low
this was and the headers with the scorch
marks on the doors.!!
|Custom bikes were plenty. As much detail |
on these bikes as on the cars.
|This sounded lovely as the owner |
pulled out of the show field.
|A fully fendered '32 Ford 3 window in classic |
hot rod red with yellow and orange flames
|A view of just some of the of cars in the |
show and shine field.
|Gasser style Fordson Van. Love it.|
|'57 Chevy was pure muscle.|
|This steel model 'A' has been seen at various |
shows recently and pretty much how I
would build one.
|Wire wheels with cross-ply tyres and |
a Flathead V8. The headers are made
to look like missiles.
|This was parked up and is fact a 'tot rod' a |
miniature version of a car for kids. The motor
is in just a dummy engine.
|The real power came from an electric motor |
in the boot. Gearing for this was amazing,
so was the build quality.
|Fender less Beetle sporting black paint, |
red steels and embossed flames on the bonnet
with quad spot headlights.
|1959 Chevrolet Apache step side truck.|
|Model 'A' pick up truck. Original wire wheels, |
fender less with original Flathead V8 and low.
|Low beetle, with ratty paint.|
|Another variation of the model 'A' pick up |
truck. Fully fendered, moon disc's and modern
Chevy motor built full of goodies.
|'32 Ford 5 window. Big motor, modern paint |
colours and fully built motor.
|A ratty looking pick up. Not sure what this is, |
but I liked it.
|Yet another variation of the model 'B' pick up.|
|Anyone remember the classic film 'The |
California Kid' well this is a look-a-like
'34 Ford called 'Just Kiddin'
|Ford Pop pick up had a lot of modifications.|
|'34 Ford in lovely grey (primer colour) paint, |
chrome grill, V8 with triple carb's and really
|Another '34 but this time classic black body with |
yellow steels and white wall tyres.
|This '37 Chevy in Gasser style looked the biz. |
I do like the old Gasser's.