The car has grown into its current state with many local people watching and seeing the transition. It’s hard to miss now and has a reputation around the car show circle of being very loud and nasty!
Customs -N- Classics
My name is Dennis.
I am a Christian, a husband, a father to 1 beautiful step-daughter and 3 strapping young boys and a step-grandfather (They call me “Grumpy”) to a gorgeous step-granddaughter and a handsome step-grandson. These will always be my priorities, no matter what my interests are. That said, I strive to keep and maintain a family friendly atmosphere, so my boys and their friends can enjoy the site as much as I do. (Grand-kids aren’t old enough and daughter has other interests.)
See my home page for more about me.
I have always loved the shape of the Camaro . The body lines were way ahead of their time .
This was a project made from various parts, collected over time. Some parts were scratch built and therefore, the start date and purchase price are relative numbers.
We see memories.
We see bench seats
and dates riding close.
We see rides in the
back and feeling free.
We see country roads
with the windows down.
We see learning to
drive a stick, learning how to change oil and plugs.
We see a friend.
Yeah, they may see a truck, and they’d be right.
But we see our trucks. And they are beautiful.
In 1971 Ferree and his son installed a Chevy 327/350 with a 2B carburetor and manifold from a newly wrecked car, repainted the car while keeping the original black paint on the fenders. He then drove the car to Bonneville, Utah and also made 2 stops in California.
Every car show it has kids climbing on it to get pictures.
I have a big spider and a fake severed hand in a hand cuff that I hang off of it at the shows.
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There were some noteworthy new rides there, with incredible stories, or that were just unique. Such as, a set of Ford trucks, which is a father/son build and a 1959 Anglia. (Never have I seen one before, but someone came by and called it an English Ford).
I think this list says it all! Check out Marty at One Man and his Mustang!