dispite the weather a good time was had by all...nice to put some faces to names
forgot to say a big thankyou to the landlord and lady of the boltoph pub who were very welcoming
What's that roaster? I thought it was a 27 Model T but on closer inspection I'm not sure. Either way I like it.
it's a T...and a steel one at that...great aint it?
Thanks for the photo's, I will put up the ones I have once i have taken them off my phone. Just to highlight what Badger has already said, a massive thanks to the Dave and Jo (Landlords) who's hospitality was fantastic.
Hi jez r,
It belongs to "Simon G-S" (1918 Buick) here is a copy of his intro,
Just to start this off..
Been into rods and yanks since I was a kid and blagged a ride in a superbird. I was hooked !! Didnt realise the significance of the car or a hemi till alot later. Bought a 63 Impala for £50 when i broke my leg as a spotty youth. Told NOT to bring it to work again after misdemeanors involving tires and smoke. First modified attempt was a Mk2 Zephyr convert with a sunbeam Tiger 260" installed. Also had problems with tyres and smoke! First Rod was a Topolino, an 8 year build in a lockup against all odds. Done a deal for current rod, a devon pickup. Just put a 2.0 vauxhall engine in, some issues to sort but back in service soon. Also have a 1918 Buick roadster finished ( sort of ) last year, Pontiac 400 engine, posi, dirtrack tyres, fenderless, long, low and loud. Ran 14.1 at 97 mph at HRD. Just bought another engine and a BLOWER.
Watch this space..Si
post some pics soon.
I daresay Simon will be along to give some more info on it in due course.
Pic i took on the Sunday leaving BIB Peterborough 2009.
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