a buddy of mine sent me this link of pictures he had from when he was a kid. Some of the pics are hazy but they're pretty cool. Lots of gassers and not just tri-fives...corvettes, GTO, chevelles; all done as gassers. Hope you enjoy them as much as I did.
the 55, and the camaro were his but I understand the rest were just buddies of his. they were taken mostly in the mission district of San Francisco (some of you may recognize the views and backgrounds) but there are some, towards the end where they took that straight axle 55' (drum brakes and all) up to lake tahoe on I-50...HOLY [email protected]! that had to be exciting!
how are you? We've been remodeling our kitchen, which turned into virtually every friggen room in the house so I havent touched the car in 6 weeks. I did go to the GG show last weekend...picked up a roll bar from Chassisworks! How about you?
BTW, did anyone notice the sale price for the 57? Made me weak in the knees!
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