Sep 12, 2019


Chuck Gill got invited with his chopped Pickup to Fort Smith, Arkansas.   This show is called Rags to Riches and is a Starbird Show.   Take a Look.

Those are not girls that like Chuck, they are his granddaughters. That means Chucky is old. 

Chuck coming into Arkansas, and at the show hopefully he has a VISA!

How about this fancy diesel Rat Rod and Trailer.  Make you want to go camping??????

Chad Custom, said this started as a 40 Chevrolet.  I do not see it?  One hell of  a lot of work.

The above is a 57 Ford customized by old time customizer, Windy Winfield.

This lovely young lady played with fire and sparks in an appropriate outfit.  Maybe invite her to Scott City?

Yup, the Pickup won a trophy.  Best Radical Truck.  Also, got a saw blade called the Tattoo Remover. 

On to Hooker, Oklahoma,  as soon as I can.

2019 Ness City Fun Run

Sep 09, 2019

The Snyder Family put on their show over the Memorial Weekend.   It rained early and caused some people to stay home but they still had 40 plus cars.     I had a good time and made it to the Cozy Inn for a buger and a beer.  Take a look:


There is something you do not see.  A 1932 Plymouth is rare.

Mark and Raylene West, of Dighton, Kansas, brought their Cadillac and Pontiac.

Below, you will see two cars built by Don Eikenberry.


Rex Grothusen was there with his Ford Pickup.

I like this old Dart.  1964????

Somebody has themselves a hell of a start on a 1947 chopped Chevy.

Here is an old building I liked, it was not registered in the show.

I think I have been pushed out that door several times.

I will be going to Hooker, Oklahoma.  In fact I am already back, 200 plus cars.  I will try to get that up soon.

2019 Offerle Fun Run

Sep 02, 2019

Offerle, Kansas has a town party every August that party includes a car show.   The weather was threatening rain or more this year so they only had 39 cars but all had a good time.  Take a look for yourself.

Wow, sorry that may have been a little much for the first shot!

This GTX with a Hemi stood out big time.

Not far from the GTX was this 1970 Ford 428 Cobra.  Like to see the GTX and Cobra line up.

When have you ever seen a 1966 Pontiac Grand Prix in this good of condition????

Two very different Pickups, but they are both General Motors.

The cars in the 3 pictures above belong to the Wetzel Family.  I think they are from the Offerle area and they built these cars.  I did not have to ask them if they like Mopars.

Above you see 3 old Horses Asses all in a row. Gill, Brooks and Vonleonrod.

The car below was late to show up but drew my attention.

1957 Plymouth.  What you think of the fins on that.

You will have to figure out what FINS I was asking your opinion on, 57 Plymouth, girls or Louie Podabarac.

I liked this black roadster.

Next, I will see you at Ness City, Kansas.

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