Wagon Wednesday - 1955 Chevy



Here's a Cool Custom 1955 Chevy Wagon... 
Creepy Crawler, Done By Bruce Comboni.
Peaked and Shaved Hood with Rounded Corners & 3D (1/8" Thick Paint) Flame Job. Frenched Headlight with Tri-Bar Lenses.
1953 Corvette Floating Grille.
1956 Chevy Over-Riders with Atop Narrowed Upside-Down 1955 Bumper and Banished Parking Lights. Packard Clipper Taillights.

1949 Packard Limo 22 Series




Found  by my USA aquintance Oscar In Reno, Nevada
1949 Packard Limo 22 Series
Real Patina Barn Find... 100%  Original.
Only 50 of These Sleek Limousines where Made and Oscar Got One Of Them. 
These Custom Limousines where Only Built for Special Customers and Harry Truman is Said To Have One Of These Eloquent Automobiles....


Truck Tuesday - 1931 Ford Pickup



1931 Ford Pickup Truck

Midget Car Monday - Walt Faulkner

Photo: Walt Faulkner, 1946. Source: Unknown.

Walt Faulkner, an American racing driver from Tell, Texas.
Born on February 16, 1918, moved to Milledgeville, Georgia at the age of two-and-a-half, and to Lake Wales, Florida at the age of eight.
He then moved to Los Angeles, California in 1936. Faulkner competed mainly in the National Championship and in stock car races.
In 1950 Faulkner became the first rookie to win pole position at the Indianapolis 500.

Walt died April 22, 1956 after a qualifying crash at a USAC Stock Car event in Vallejo, California. Earlier in his career, Faulkner raced motorcycles and then midget cars for the Edelbrock dirt track racing team. He had great success in midget car racing and was inducted into the National Midget Auto Racing Hall of Fame in 2007.
Faulkner was also inducted into the West Coast Stock Car Hall of Fame in 2006.

Skippic Saturday - 1946 Buick Roadmaster

My Buddy & Fellow Jesters CC mate Jeroen's 1946 Buick Roadmaster Sedanette 76S Waiting for resto... in my front yard.

Sedan Sunday - 1929 Model A rat rod - The Felon




Here's something else... a 1929 Model A Rat Rod named The Felon. I know.. some will love, some will hate. But that in mu uppinion is the good thing about the rat rod scene, personalize your car. And when you do, there are always pro's and con's. I'll Let you deside...
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Skippic Saturday - license plate lamp

Lamp I made from some Chevy Wheel Hubs & License Plates...
by VonSkip 247Autohollic
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