This all steel '31 Ford sedan from Rocklin, California, started out as a 2 door sedan.
From Arlington, Texas this big-block '32 highboy painted bright blue turned heads all weekend.
Based from Pleasant Hill, California, this chopped-top '36 roadster with '40 Chevy headlights added a cool look that worked just right.
This '34 phaeton from Saint Luis Obispo, CAlifornia cruised in scraping the ground with it's sporty six-inch chopped, Carson-style top, with a gray-wool interior and bright red paint made for a very handsome display.
Duece rails, a '33 grille, quick-change rear, and finned front brake drums are just a few highlights of this scalloped '29 Ford roadster.
This California-based '33 Ford with a Duvall-style windshield and an abundance of flames made for one eye-catching ride.
A flawless '41 Chevy from Reno, Nevada, gem is graced with so many trick details, it would take hours to check them all out.
We here at Tri-C Engineering would like to thank Street Rodder magazine for this magazine spread.