Rod’s cars — Rubys dolls — Our garage




11 September 2018

Bought this Model “T” Huckster last week, it is in transit from Michigan, click  photo

1933 Chrysler CO6

This particular Car won the  Antique Automobile club of America 1st place award in 1999. It has only 475 miles added to it since that award and is nearly as perfect as the day the restoration was completed. I bought the car from a classic car dealer in Tennessee in February 2017.

Rod’s cars — Rubys dolls — Our garage


Above  A 1903/1958  Oldsmobile CDO/Bliss Surrey.

These cars were built in 1958 by the EW Bliss company of Canton Ohio. They are an all Metal replica of a 1903 Oldsmobile CDO (curved dash olds) They are the premier reproduction models and are the most valuable of 4 companies who have created these replicas over the years. These cars (the Bliss models) were fully street legal at the time and mny of them were registered and titled by their owners. I am in the process of registering this one (through Vermont DMV and hope to have a title shortly.

 The car is powered by a 8hp Cushman single cylinder engine through a Cushman (2 speed + reverse) transmission and centrifugal clutch. It is electrically started (6 volt) has rear drum brakes, sealed beam headlights, tail and brake lights and even has turn signals as well as Tiller steering , all from the factory. Fun Fun Fun little car to tour the neighborhood in. Grand kids love it!!!

1922 Ford Model “T” Speedster.

I restored this car in 2008; with upgrades and additions almost every year since.

1957 Ford “Thunderbird, purchased in 2009. Nothing more needs to be said, the car speaks for itself.

1931 Ford Model “A” Roadster, purchased in 2013 with many additions such as the stainless spare tire covers, dual tire mirrors, etched windwings, new bumpers, and new brakes.

1926 Ford Dry Lakes Racer Fiberglass body very light.

His & hers BMW’s. On the left a 2015 Z4 s35is  and on the right a 435 Xdrive, both retractable  convertibles

Guess which belongs to who.

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