I took 160 pix, and many of them are the same cars Ed posted last year. Here is one highlight:
I just happened to record some of the Mecum auction in Anaheim in December. Stumbled onto a 27T sedan on the block. How often do you see a T in a streetrod auction? The smiling buyer was Long Beach T member, Harry Hernandez; not Sergio as I had reported earlier. Harry told me he went there for a Speedster that was a no show, and bought this after hardly looking at it. The interior is new and it has a Ruckstell, disturbutor and alternator.
lReal nice looking car, someone put a lot of time and effort into it. It would make a nice warm winter car.
Ya RDR we had a great time and the best way to end a year by driving our T's. How lucky we were to avoid getting wet.
Thanks to all that posted pictures, especially Bill Harris for the great video. Too bad the news channel doesn't get the idea of early brass cars.. The new meeting place was awesome.
Was a great pleasure to meet some new friends.
Thanks, Eric for a fun tour of Pasadena. Dan, your Studebaker is a really fine car!
CYA next year, Gene
More cars down the line from the 1907 Bu-hack.
Bill, mother Mary and Cindy Harris by their '15 with white smoothies.