I've got a soft spot for model As on deuce rails, no matter if roadster or coupe. They look more "athletic" than a 1932, due to their slim body sitting on the heavier '32 rails while not being as austere as a regular model A. I shot this one sitting in a garage not far from my place. Killer stance, bad-ass chop, cool car.
Maybe you remember my post about this bare metal 1941 Plymouth Coupe. While surfing the HAMB tonight, I stumbled upon some recent update pics and while I was at it, found some photos of the build-up in Rik Hoving's Custom Car Photo Archive. Credit for the cool bare metal shot above goes to El Cheapo. The stunning metalwork on the car is being handled by the dutch Charles Poelmans.
While cleaning up my desktop, I stumbled across this 28/29 roadster on deuce rails. I don't remember where I found the picture, but it's gotta be one of my all-time favorite model As. Great stance, beautiful paint, cool attitude.
Finally, I'm back in town, providing you with some event coverage from the recent Billetproof Drags Florida. I really enjoyed the laid-back event held at Lakeland Motorsports Park and it was nice meeting some local people like the Rumblers Orlando or some of the guys behind Billetproof. As usual, pics are here. Or try the slideshow.