Day 2: We left out of Deming, New Mexico around 7:00 with the temperature being “really damn cold”. Shortly thereafter, we stopped at an awesome little restaurant in Lordsburg, New Mexico, Kranberry’s, for some much needed breakfast. Thanks to my buddy Mac Bernd for the recommendation. I drank alot of this: Despite my best […]Read more "The Horse, the Goat and the Bird: Day 2 & 3…"
842 miles later, we made it to Deming, NM. Noel Irvin, the owner of the ’67 GTO, towing Night Mare, his wife Dana’s ’65 fastback Mustang; Richard Weiss pulling his wife Penny’s ’55 Thunderbird and myself pulling Noel’s ’67 GTO. We are headed West to the Grand National Roadster Show in Pomona, CA. This will […]Read more "The Horse, the Goat and the Bird: Day One"
First off, Happy New Year! Better late than never! We’ve just finished up in Shreveport at their 2012 World of Wheels Autorama. We brought along an old friend and a new one: Blue Belle (Penny Weiss’ 1955 Thunderbird) and Blew Bayou (Noel Irvin’s 1967 GTO). Both of them were extremely successful and really well received […]Read more "The Goat and the Bird…"
Amid vintage brick streets and in between intense, but welcomed, thunderstorms, Penny Weiss and her ’55 Thunderbird, Blue Belle, have won the Best of Show award at this year’s Cowtown Cruisin’ for Cure car show in Ft. Worth, Texas this weekend. More importantly, the show proceeds benefit research of and screening for prostate cancer, the […]Read more "Three-peat complete: Best of Show in Ft. Worth"
It’s been awhile. I’m back! No excuses, we’ll just act like we’re long lost friends and it seems like we talked yesterday. Things have been busy (and HOT) around PAINTHOUSE. I will attempt to bring it all into perspective over the next few days. Did I mention it has been hot? Pictured is the […]Read more "A paint job to die for…"
We took two rookies, and one veteran to this year’s Classy Chassis Concours D’Elegance show and what a show it was. This show is full of the best cars to be found from around the country. There were cars here that I have never seen before and probably never will see again. It is such […]Read more "Blue Belle, ‘Ol Joe and The Blond…conquering the Concours."