Perth Hot Rod Show 2002 - Page 2
Here's something you don't see real often. A '36 Willys ute!
Brett Paige liked the ZZ Top car so much he went and built himself one. The only difference I think is the fact that this one is probably better!
It now resides in New South Wales and does get driven to the odd show and shine.
|This cool looking sedan was put together by Mick Ogle. It's actually a '34 Plymouth body with a Dodge grille and fenders. Mick has dubbed it the "Plodge".|
|It sits nice and low thanks to a complete Jaguar suspension. The continental kit is off a late model Japanese 4WD. If you're a keen observer you would have also noticed the VW taillights.|
|Peter Hunter's Deuce 3 window now sporting wire wheels and whitewalls. The first time I saw it it was sporting red solids, then Peter put Halibrands on and now these.|
|The show opens to the public on the Saturday morning, so off I headed with a mate of mine. In the car park was organising committee member Roy Whitchurch's '32 roadster.|
|Two of Perth's oldest Hot Rods. Neil Gibb's T bucket and Alan Barton's '29 roadster. Between them, these two cars have done more miles than some Perth Taxis.|
|Perth's latest "rat rod". Well hardly... very nice satin paint and all nicely finished.|
|This IS Perth's oldest Hot Rod. This channelled roadster was originally built by Vince Berriman and was first registered in 1967 I believe. It has been continuously registered since then.|