Rickshaws on the Foreshore 2003
As you can see, the weather was absolutely perfect for the event. Not a cloud in the sky and around 25 degrees.
I'm pretty sure this Chrysler is owned by Trevor May, one of the organisers of the event.
|Who needs customising, just buy a Chrysler product and it's already done for you!|
|There was a band on for most of the day. They were called "The Creepers" and they played some pretty cool rockabilly. Cool flame job on the doghouse bass too.|
|Here's a nice clean '60 Chev. Would look super cool with some trim shaved and a scallop job.|
For those of us that can't fit in a Model A pickup, here's the King Cab version.
Judging by the bubbles on the fenders, this may be on a Hilux chassis.
|...and for those of you that like to blend in to the background, how about a BRIGHT pink Cadillac.|
|Look! A Rambler. This one is a '64 Classic and was a very nice example.|
|Here's a neat little Tudor that sits nice and low. Another one for the wallflowers. ;)|
As I said earlier, there was quite a mix of cars on display. Hot Rods, Street Machines, Customs and a bunch of muscle cars.
This is a pretty serious little Torana.
|It's pretty obvious what this guy is interested in. Going real fast in a straight line!|
|Big Ol' Buick. The two tone is a black over gunmetal grey. Not my favourite colour combo, but it works really well on this car.|
|If you've checked out my website before you will no doubt have seen this great little roadster. Number plate says it all really. Great looking Hot Rod.|