Saturday, April 11, 2009

Jacks rat rod, so cool it got this model to pose. How's that a bad thing?




















Also see: http://justacargal.blogspot.com/2009/04/good-guys-san-diego-2009-suede-and.html for more of this and the rest of the Goodguys hot rods

Its scary... if you're going to build it, build it til you're scared of it. Then stop, and drive careful






The Nick Alexander woody collection in Los Angeles

For a huge gallery: http://www.automotivetraveler.com/index.php?option=com_easygallery&act=categories&cid=169&Itemid=166







This copyright watermark is more important to the photographer of that image than the image. And don't you forget it. He's not inclined to have any parts of his photograph on the internet without that copyright watermark, and if it's that important to him that the watermark be on display... who am I to stand in the way of all of you viewers to know that his watermarked images belongs to him? So, there you are. Watermark is displayed right here dumbass.





Gathered in the last 10 years is the largest collection of woodies, at least one of every Ford woodie made from 1932 to 1957. Nick Alexander is the name with the jingle heard frequently on So Cal radio "Where Nick can't say no" http://www.alexandermini.com/

The April 2009 Hemmings Classic Car has two articles on pre-war Fords.One article is on the Nick Alexander collection of 60 ready to drive Ford and Mercury woodies, 1932-52.

The Annual Nick Alexander’s Early Ford V8 club members swap meet & BBQ was in Huntington Park, CA in February and a gallery of photos is http://www.hotrodhotline.com/feature/2009show/09nickalexanders/

Thanks to Mike for the email!

1914 Marmon Model 48, $5000 when new equates to 108 thou in 2009

Thanks to Steve for letting me know this had come up on Shorpy!

Friday, April 10, 2009

OFP 857

Herbie's license plate. I thought you'd like to know.

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Thursday, April 09, 2009