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    Knuckle Skrape'Rs 17th Annual Spring Hot Rod Gathering. Pre-65, This gathering is for those who enjoy their vintage iron. We aim for the traditional hot rod vibe with a little rock-a-billy flair thrown in. We really like to see tasteful custom work done, though it can be a work in progress. We love to see what Hot Rod means to each patron, and would love to see you there.
  2. BBQ 2020 is in the past, the future is now........I'M READY FOR BBQ #14 2021 BROTHER!!! Lets hope we get through the year with our health intact, and our jobs sound! Here's to friends!!!! Tim aka 48Dodger
  3. I started out the show season in June by attending The Race of Gentlemen (TROG) in NJ wearing my The Gathering of the Faithful tee shirt, and yesterday I ended my show season at The Gathering of the Faithful wearing my TROG tee shirt! The Gathering draws vintage race cars and "traditional" (not "rat") rods and customs. It has been organized for nearly twenty years here in south east Massachusetts by a group of people committed to vintage speed. While there was rain in the forecast, there was still a good turn out. They lined the flatheads up along a stone wall (including my P12 and a couple other Plymouths pictured here). While we've never met, I do believe that's Member Moose's '54 Belvedere, and the P15 is a real road warrior, having made the trip out to the Syracuse Nationals a few times. In keeping with my interests, everything pictured below is MoPar powered, with the nice '34 Dodge sedan having a Mercedes Benz mill! (it was all in the family - once!). Enjoy the pics!
  4. This weekend I was able to coordinate a visit to my wife's family in New York's Finger Lakes region with a trip to the Syracuse Nationals. So.....many....cars....thousands of cars cover the New York State Fairgrounds on each of three days - restorations, hot rods, customs. I took as many photos as a fully charged iPhone would allow, and I will share those most likely of interest to the Forum members, starting with stock MoPars. (the Plymouth drop top was stunning!)
  5. The show season is beginning to wind down here in New England, and one of my favorites is the show put on by the Ty-Rods, a hot rod club that got it's start in 1952. Being a hot rod based club, most attendees are modified cars, many in the traditional manner, but there are also stock restored cars as well. The '68 Power Wagon Brush truck, T&C convert and '55 Dodge were gorgeous stockers. There were several finely finished hot rodded early MoPars present, but pictured here are those that escaped the dreaded "belly button" motor swap: the Green P15 has a LA 318, the '40 Plymouth a 440 six pack under it's flip nose, and the '32 Dodge coupe a early Hemi. Rat rods were represented by an unusual '60 Savoy 2 door post sedan with a built up slant six! I like to bring my '57 New Yorker to show the rodders a 392 in it's nature habitat! Drag files here to attach, or choose files... Max total size 3MB
  6. Saturday I attended The Race of Gentlemen (TROG) in Wildwood NJ for the first time. Beautiful day, watching vintage rods and bikes racin' on the beach, it was a gas. Here's some MoPar show cars, tow vehicles and racers. If you where there too, post your favorites.
  7. Hi All, ​I've decided to share my current fantasy with all of the two or three of you who might enjoy this upcoming trip. I have had some success with fabricating stuff w/o prior experience, so I am embarking on another adventure. I'll never learn. It's amazin what you can achieve with ignorance and tenacity, so follow along and see what happens. I am open to questions and comments and will share failures as well as successes. About a dozen years ago I patched some Dodge Poly valve covers onto the Chev small block in my Roadster. Amazing the response in a sea of 350 billet. Had a lot of folks scratching there heads which was great fun for many years. The Poly engine, the valve covers came from, became a Hemi,..... another Story . - So a few weeks ago, a local shop was liquidating their stash of vintage stuff and I scored my next project. - - - It's a 270 cu. in. Dodge. More in a few days
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