Monday, July 13, 2009

Shoot The Loop 2009 vol.2

As promised here are some photos from Shoot The Loop...

Big Watcha's 62 Impala always looks good

Greg at the "driver's meeting" telling us to do anything we want as his and Mike Hubbard's places but respect the other stops.

Denny Gattis passsing us up on hwy 68 in his beautiful model A

Flip's coupe looks very sinister driving down the road!

They let me and Big Watcha lead, and of course we don't have a clue where we're going.

Rod Powell riding with Dan Woods in a pick-up worked on by Cole Foster, only in Salinas!

Nice jacket!

Greg looks on as Don Orosco gives us a little history lesson.

Don Orosco's son custom.

Part of the crowd admiring Don's shop.

We were off to our next destination, Baja Cantina in beautiful Carmel Valley.

Always foggy in this part of the peninsula.

Clark and the gang enjoying a nice cold one and a snack at Baja Cantina before heading to the Lazzerini Ranch.

Don in his nice little Rambler.

I jumped in with Eddie in his roadster pick-up, what a fun ride!

Arriving at Chualar Canyon, one lane road.

Mark Skipper's "Salinas Dragster" that he brought all the way from Fresno, Ca for the crowd to enjoy. Brought back many memories to a lot of the guys.

Just a few of the items the fellas brought for us to drool over.

The Lugan Bros dragster alongside a few old dragsters and a Bonneville streamliner.

The real reason I was there...

Some of the invited guests watching old films.

Photo-Op... The dragster was painted by Rod Powell (posing with the car) in 1968, and still looks great

The Lujan Bros and Rod Powell posing with the dragster. Larry asked Rod, "What sould I do about these little scratches on the side?" Rod answered, "You live with them."

Andy Southard still doing what he's best known for.

It was a great event, We will show more pictures on soon!

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