Here you have it. Lots of pictures of the cars we all love, the classic street rods using the bodies of the 20′s, 30′s and 40′s. These are essentially the grass roots of Bonneville. Some lean more towards the ‘Rat Rod’ category, which is really where it originates from. But, cool is cool, and this stuff is freezin..
No great surprise, there is a typical selection of Model A’s, and I noticed a high number of 32 Fords, and a few 34′s with 32 rad shells, both, personal preferences, which might explain more than one picture of a few cars. There’s a good selection of Chev and Dodge, not to mention some PackardÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s and even a few I don’t recognize, which always makes things a little more interesting.
Slammed, chopped and channeled. Highboys, bobs, convertibles tops and no tops.. It’s all here.
I would estimate I obtained pictures of 25 or 30% of them. They change DAILY. In fact, the day we packed up to leave, we were watching new vehicles rolling in on the access road. It’s a rolling show of started, in progress and completed projects.
I had to generalize a bit with the category, combining things that aren’t perfect fits, but, better here than not at all.