1968 Camaro RS/SS Carbeque The carbeque was inspired by Guy Fieri’s ’68 Chevy Camaro RS/SS featured on the show Diners, Drive-Ins, and Dives. This car BBQ or carbeque has a Weber stainless steel cooker and a CD player with massive speakers, working parking and side lamps, and it’s own built in power supply from a […]
Encinitas, California – Highway 101 summer classic car show. In the late 1940s and early 50s the jet age was just beginning and car designers started to buy into the craze by adding jetplane features. Ford introduced it’s first new model since World War II in 1949, and this new car was the first new […]
A real survivor, this 1936 Model 706 White is one of the last remaining buses still in daily service. A total of 98 14 seater buses were operated by the US National Parks in Yellowstone National Park by 1939. Said to be the largest bus fleet of any national park service in the world. This […]
This 1967 Chevrolet Impala Coupe almost presents a ‘batmobile’ presence from behind in it’s grimy dark patina. This beast was spotted on a California road recently, completely overshadowing anything on the road. Call it dirty, call it ugly, call it ‘late for dinner’ – this badgeless cruiser has survived the decades and is now a […]
Fully restored, this 1940 Ford panel truck was spotted near Guerneville Road in Santa Rosa recently. With retrofitted wheels and tyres, and satin period color painted finish – it’s almost a daily driver. This one was seen in the parking lot of a local supermarket. Eye candy!
Monte Rio always puts on a great display with travelers and locals adding the classic ride atmosphere. Sunday, September 25, 2016 Monte Rio California – Two classic rides were spotted in the Russian River town of Monte Rio today. An Indian Chief Vintage with Corbin leather and a Model A bucket hotrod with a worked […]