GoodGuys Summer
Get-Together & Concours
dí Elegance
Pleasanton/Sacramento, CA
June 5 & 13, 2004
Pics by Brian Basquez
 

Greetings from Sacramento once again!
It has been a while, but I have been to a few shows. I hope you like the pics that I did take.  I was only able to take a few, but wait until you see what I found. Iím very excited about the ones I did manage to capture for your viewing pleasure.  These pics are from the 11th GoodGuys Summer Get-Together at Pleasanton held on June 5th and the Shriners Hospital for Children, Concours dí Elegance located in Sacramento held on June 13th, 2004. Iím excited about some very special wooden boats that I found at the Shriners show. I never thought these things existed.  I have seen them in the pages of old Hot Rod magazines, but I never imagined that these things were still around. I was really moved.  I also entered my Ď32 Roadster in the Shriners show.  Hope you get just as excited about them as I did. Enjoy!!! Brian!!!

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Roadster in flight on I-5 headed towards Pleasanton at about 7 in the morning.

The Roadster at rest, after the bug juice was removed.

Roadster in flight on I-5 headed towards Pleasanton at
about 7 in the morning.

The Roadster at rest, after the bug juice was removed.

There were some nice roadsters at Pleasanton.  The yellow roadster I have never seen before, but I do like.  I parked behind him.

The traditional Billy Burnham (R.I.P.) Roadster is always nice to see too.

There were some nice roadsters at Pleasanton.  I had
never seen this yellow roadster before, but I liked it &
parked right behind him.

The traditional Billy Burnham (R.I.P.) Roadster is always
nice to see too.

These guys were having a great time cruising around the Fairgrounds at Pleasanton.

This truck was actually scraping the bottom of the body panels as they crept around the Fairgrounds.

These guys were having a great time cruising around
the Fairgrounds at Pleasanton.

This truck was actually scraping the bottom of the body
panels as they crept around the Fairgrounds.

I really love the theme of these cars.

The '32 Roadster could easily have arrived at the fairgrounds in a time machine.  It's a Hot Rod Not a Rat Rod!

I really love the theme of these cars.

The '32 Roadster could easily have arrived at the fairgrounds in a time machine. It's a Hot Rod Not a Rat Rod!

 

 

 

 

The guy that built & owns this one is from New Zealand.  The car was made over there & he now lives in Pleasanton.  Nice guy, cool car.  Check out the steering.

The hot rod truck found a real shady place.  Trying to cool down I guess.  This truck was the GoodGuys Gazatte Pick at the last Get-Together in March.

The guy that built & owns this one is from New Zealand.
The car was made over there & he now lives in Pleasanton.
Nice guy, cool car.  Check out the steering.

The hot rod truck found a real shady place.  Trying to cool
down I guess.  This truck was the GoodGuys Gazatte
Pick at the last Get-Together in March.

The dude in the '32 had a real cool rear license plate frame.  The frame had a built in LED light.  It scrolled like the Goodyear Blimp.  It read, Old Dude loves Hot Rods, or something like that.  It was neat.  The lights were in red too.

Different years, but both red & curvy.

The dude in the '32 had a real cool rear license plate frame.
The frame had a built in LED light.  It scrolled like the
Goodyear Blimp.  It read, Old Dude loves Hot Rods, or
something like that. It was neat, the lights were in red too.

Different years, but both red & curvy.

A very clean blown Camaro, & an old school Lamborghini.

 

 

A very clean blown Camaro, & an old school Lamborghini.

The silver Lamborghini had a license plate that read HIO SVR.

Shriners Hospital had some billet adorned street rods in attendance too.

The silver Lamborghini had a license plate that read
HIO SVR.

Shriners Hospital had some billet adorned street rods
in attendance too.

There were Deuces for the little boy in every hot rodder.

And Deuces for the little boys & girls too.

There were Deuces for the little boy in every hot rodder.

And Deuces for the little boys & girls too.

Look at the chrome on those rudders!

 

 

Look at the chrome on those rudders!

My car was surrounded by the cars owned by the Over the Hill Gang Car Club.  The cars had some major attitudes, but the members of the club went above & beyond offering me their hospitality.

I was proud to win first in class at the Shriners Concours Show with my black '32.

My car was surrounded by the cars owned by the Over the
Hill Gang Car Club.  The cars had some major attitudes,
but the members of the club went above & beyond offering
me their hospitality.

I was proud to win first in class at the Shriners Concours
Show with my black '32.

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