[ratpack] Re: Lehi Car Show

Thanks for the calendar, there's another local cruise night just a couple of
blocks from where this one tonight was held. So I'll be there. the folks
that put this one on announced that there is another one tomorrow night, I
believe he said, up in Draper.

I did like the chopped top of the Chevy and the pin stripping.

Thanks for the correction.

Dr Z

On Thu, Jul 22, 2010 at 9:53 PM, Ray Buck <rbuck@xxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

>  Thanks for flying the ratpack banner at the cruise nite  I've been sittin
> here editing ALMS photos until my eyeballs take turns poppin out and resting
> on my cheekbones.
>
> Just a quick correction.  The car you've labeled as a 32 Ford....and it
> REALLY looks like one until ya check the lines of the front fender and the
> shape of the grill shell....is a 35 Chevy.
>
>
>
> I dunno how many times I've done a double-take on that year Chevy,
> especially if the greenhouse is the first thing I see.  It's so close to a
> 32/33/34 Ford that it really gets confusing.  And mistaking a 31 Ford (last
> year of the Model A) for a 32 if the windshield visor isn't on it.
>
> Last week I came across one that had me searchin (and a guy who REALLY
> knows street rods) for hours...a 29 Ford Steelback Fordor sedan.  I had no
> idea that something like that even existed:
>
>
>
> It has a 28/29 style grill shell, a 30/31 style cowl (28/29s...with this
> one exception have a character line that curves from top rear to lower
> front) and a rear end that's one piece instead of 3 pieces like the Tudors
> (ain't it cute how they named the 2 and 4 door models?), 21 inch wheels
> (30/31s have 19" wheels) and the chrome (ok, zinc-plated) trim piece with
> cowl lights that's usually a dead giveaway as a 30/31...my friend and I made
> all kinda guesses until I found a Model A body style list that explained
> there were 2 special models like this...the one in the photo's a Fordor Town
> Sedan cuz it has the quarter windows behind the rear doors and a standard
> Fordor without those windows.  Model 60-B and 60-C.  Drove us nuts.
>
> The way it came about is that there's one for sale in Washington state that
> would make a perfect companion for Rufus as a "crew cab."  But then tryin to
> chase a car that's run over 400 mph with one that tops out at 45 is kinda
> silly.  But we thought "Rastus" would be a good name for Rufus'
> brother...more or less.  Maybe if we did a drive train transplant....
> http://www.chevyasylum.com/temp4/Welcome.html
>
> But I ramble.  Great shots, anyway, Mike.  I hope to get some Saturday in
> Kamas.
>
> r
> ps.  One last thing: if yer lookin for shows, cruise nites, etc, here's a
> great place to find 'em:
> http://www.thanks2frank.com/car%20show%20dates%202009.html
>
> Thanks2Frank is Scott & Courtney Clark...some real great people.
>
> Sent from my Dreadnought using that barely tolerable Thunderbird email program
>
>
> On 7/22/2010 9:12 PM, Michael Wells wrote:
>
>
> There weren't very many cars there but there were a few very cool cars.
> You'll recognize the Corvair with the V8. However the sleeper of the show
> was the Mercedes. It's a nice looking car and from the first pic of the car
> nothing special, however when you look under the hood the Mercedes sports a
> Cobra 289cc engine bored out to a 306cc power plant. The 68 Camaro was
> pushing 750HP, the car is not finished but is still impressive.
>
> Well take a look, these were taken with my newly repaired XTi.
>
> http://www.pbase.com/twistedlight/lehi_car_show
>
> Dr Z
> --
> Dr. Z
> aka Michael Wells
> MCWells Photography
> mcwellsphoto@xxxxxxxxx
> 801-850-7279
>
>


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Dr. Z
aka Michael Wells
MCWells Photography
mcwellsphoto@xxxxxxxxx
801-850-7279

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