Watts Up!

Mike Partyka's 1931 Model A Ford truck...
Love the beginning.. showing the Watt's linkage!
Source: Surface, Uncaged Rat, Vimeo

Skippic Saturday

Happy with this weeks score...
Hotrod Ford Artillery Wheels With Firestone Black Walls

Midweek Muscle

1970 Plymouth Road Runner Power Bulge Press Release...

Streamline Radio...

Vintage Mantola Tube Radio R-650 Streamline, 1940's Table Top

Truck Tuesday



 1940 Chevy Pickup / Lowered / Patina / Rat Rod


1934 Ford...


Sedan Sunday

1931 Ford Model A Tudor Sedan / Hotrod / Chopped / Channeled

Skippic Saturday - Headin for Vegas...

I remember this... Exactly one year ago.
Tigre Blanco coming out of the speakers & headin' for Vegas.
Good Times... Good Memories!

Midweek Muscle - 1966 Chevrolet Chevelle


Awesome Muscle Car,.. Ringbrothers "Recoil"
1966 Chevrolet Chevelle, Whipple-Supercharged Wegner Motorsports LS7 V8 Engine, 980 horsepower!
Want to see/read more about the Recoil check this LINK


Truck Tuesday





 1946 Chevrolet Pick Up Truck / Patina / Bagged / Rat Rod

Sedan Sunday





1931 Ford Model A Sedan, Supercharged Flathead, Hotrod

Skippic Saturday - Sun Studio

About one year ago... during the RV Motorhome road trip with three of my buddies through the USA, We'd stopped and visited the Sun Studio at 706 Union Avenue in Memphis, Tennessee,


This Famous Sun Studio is a recording studio opened by rock-and-roll pioneer Sam Phillips at January 3, 1950 and was originally called Memphis Recording Service, sharing the same building with the Sun Records label business. 

Reputedly the first rock and roll single, Jackie Brenston and his Delta Cats' "Rocket 88" was recorded there in 1951. This.. leading the studio to claim status as the birthplace of rock & roll.



Blues and R&B artists like Howlin' Wolf, Junior Parker, Little Milton, B.B. King, James Cotton, Rufus Thomas, and Rosco Gordon recorded there in the early 1950s. Rock and roll, country music, and rockabilly artists, including Johnny Cash, Elvis Presley, Carl Perkins, Roy Orbison, Charlie Feathers, Jerry Lee Lewis and many more recorded there throughout the mid-to-late 1950s.









In 1959 the studio outgrew its Union Avenue location and Sam Phillips opened the larger Sam C. Phillips Recording Studio, better known as Phillips Recording to replace the older facility.

In 1987, the original building housing the Sun Records label and Memphis Recording Service was reopened by Gary Hardy as "Sun Studio," a recording label and tourist attraction that has attracted many notable artists, such as U2, Def Leppard, Bonnie Raitt, and Ringo Starr.







If you ever have the opportunity to visit the Studio... It sure is worth it, you can still feel the old school vibe and the folks who provide the tour can sure tell you some nice stories about the artists, this studio and the past! 


You can also visit their website... at www.sunstudio.com