Hougen Park show

A few fellow Mopar owners attended the Early Ford V8 car show at Hougen Park recently. It never ceases to amaze me at the new rides comming out of local garages. It was a great day and of course all the corn on the cob you can eat!  Here are a few entry's.
                                                           Plum Crazy Challenger R/T
                                                                      70 Boss Mustang
                                                    Very cool big block Torino GT
I didn't get a chance to speak with this owner to find out exactly what this car is however the attention to detail is mind blowing. Little things like all the phillips head screws on the light covers are alligned the same way. On the inside of the hood is an airbrush picture of the Cobra snake head! 
Here are a few cars that caught my eye while driving around the valley.
                                                     A nice pair of colour matched Mopars
                                                                 Early sixties Riviera
A friends hot rod that sent a rod through the side of the engine. Great excuse for installing that other engine that he had collecting dust. And of course a little more power.
With the cooler weather here it's time to take advantage of the fall cruise season before the inevitable sets in until spring.


Nick on Dec 20, 2009 1:59 AM posted:
The car after the Torino is a replica of a 1965 Shelby Daytona Cobra Coupe.

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