Classy Chassis sneaking up on us…

57 Smith-GNRS 2010 (31) 54 Studebaker goes home (71)

Yes, this is Randy. I know, you barely remember me, since I almost never blog. It amazes me how hard it is to find the small extra time for me to sit down and actually focus on one task for 30 minutes or so. Does that have something to do with kids? Or life? The answer is ‘Yes’.

Anyway. On to the current news. This upcoming Sunday, June 13th (from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.), is the date for the annual charity car show known as The Classy Chassis Concours d’Elegance. It is held on the floor of the Reliant Stadium in Houston. Yes, that means air conditioning for all of the humidity-challenged out there!

The show is a very tasteful, yet eclectic mix of old and new, original and modified, classic and hot rod. I don’t know of another show that has such an interesting array of just about everything automobile.

We will be bringing out two of our recent PAINTHOUSE projects, a 1954 Studebaker and a 1957 Chevrolet Bel Air convertible. The first is restored to almost original condition while the latter is a more modernized interpretation of one of the automobile world’s most recognizable and desired cars.

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The best part of attending is that the show is put on to support The Shriner’s Hospital for Children. Please come out and enjoy the fantastic assortment of automobile sculpture assembled to benefit a very worthy cause.

While I can’t promise to blog on a regular basis, I can promise that you will not regret attending this event.

I hope to see you there. Take care,

Randy

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4 thoughts on “Classy Chassis sneaking up on us…”

  1. Painthouse,
    Uncanny ability to be at the top always of your class. Hope the tradition continues for you at this event.
    Best of Luck

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