Problem solving hot rod chassis parts for 40 years.
Slick ’33 five window.
We see this truck every year at our hotel- it’s neat because it has a Welder Series Mustang II crossmember!
You could spend hours looking over all the details on this roadster.
Check out the trunk -er- tank 🙂
Kirby getting set up to stripe a bowling pin trophy for the annual BMX race on Saturday night.
I took the plastic coating off and sanded the wood. After painting it, I sort of ran out of talent and figured I should pass it on to someone who would be able to stripe it.
Enter Kirby. This is a neat story… Mark Cain was looking at our parts Thursday morning, and we got talking and I asked him if he knew anyone who would be able to stripe this bowling pin I had. Mark got this look on his face like a kid who just found a dollar, made a phone call, and said “Kirby will be here tomorrow!” He’s just outlining the black ovals I painted here.
Kirby’s fun bucket.
Watching him was a bit mesmerizing.
So who won it? Actually it was Tim Strange… I have one of his painted bowling pins in my living room from last year, and he’ll be able to add this to his art collection! According to a lot of BMXers at the track, Tim had never biked so hard- I like to think he was going for my special edition Kirby- striped trophy 🙂
Never thought I’d see a Beetle parked in the circle at Louisville! Neat touches on it though, and it looks like a blast to drive.
WUMP. Love it.
It’s hard to tell, but Tim Strange is driving the kart. A kid couldn’t believe he saw TIM STRANGE, host of Search & Restore, at the show, and Tim had told him we were going go karting that night. He didn’t stop asking his grandparents if he could go too until they brought him. He wouldn’t stop chanting “TIMTIMTIMTIMTIMTIM”! So Tim took him for a few rides around the track, making memories for years to come, I’m sure.