Dan Cheney’s ready-to-launch ’73 Ford Mach 1 Mustang stopped show-goers in their tracks at the intersection of “Muscle” and “Dreams.” Jr. Rodriquez’ slurpy-good ’50 Mercury is deliciously finished in deep Candy Apple Red.
This yellow Panoz Spyder comes with a warning that things can get slippery when its 560 horses are unleashed! Jerry Lomonaco proudly presented it. Just hop on the bus Gus, if your thing is five-speed, turbocharged, air-suspended, ’54 Chevy Rat Rod school buses.
Don Kent’s spotless and original ’57 Chevy Bel Air Sport Coupe sits just as it looked when it was purchased at Art Mugg Chevrolet in Burbank, CA in December of 1956. Extremely rare is the #820 Laurel Green and Colonial Cream color scheme on a two-door Bel Air. The famous Ray Brown built Eddie Meyer ’32 Ford Highboy roadster was raced in 1946-’47 on California’s dry lakes. In 1994 this legendary rod received the AACA “Past Presidents’ Award,” the highest honor a competition car can receive.
Guilty Pleasure: Admit it – you never revealed that you really did want a Buick Riviera! Chris Pipkin’s beautiful burgundy ’65 is unfortunately not for sale.
Words & photos: Jim Palam, http://www.jimpalam.com/
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