Today I received a "hot rod car club" aluminum plaque that was custom made for a car club in my hometown between the years of 1945 and about 1955. I never even knew that such a club ever existed, but I wasn't born until 1948 and was only 7 years old in 1955. Found on Ebay.
I like that!
I didn't know that hot rodders in Katy were into Razorbacks.
Mike, That 'shocked' me, too. Katy was, up until 1980 or so, when Houston grew out to the point Katy became a suburb, a farming community. It was not a corn or pork producing community. The major cash crop around here on the Gulf Coast Texas plain was RICE, as it is in Louisiana and other states along the Mississippi River and somewhat in areas of California. Soy beans have been tried without much success. Twenty miles north, some corn is grown and twenty miles south, some cotton is grown, but I have no idea where this 'cob rollers' theme came from.
Anyway, since my 26 four door sedan is a driver, not a trailer, show queen, with a high compression head, Stipes cam, Texas T distributor, Model B intake, exhaust manifolds, and carb, and it has left and right accessory stoplights on the rear fenders, I am going to mount the new plaque on the right rear license holder, which isn't being used.