Vintage Ford
Cruise Night
May 28, 2004
Pics by Brian Basquez
 

Greetings from Sacramento again!
I went to Sacramento Vintage Ford last night for their Vintage Friday’s Cruise Night.  I’m a regular at Vintage Ford, but this was my first time attending their cruise night and BBQ.  It was fun!  Ran into my old friend Dave, who happened to be the owner of that sleek “Lexus Blue” SpeedStar from last weeks Nostalgia Rod & Custom Association show.  It was kinda weird admiring his car last week, not knowing it was his, but I’m not surprised because he knows his cars! I don’t know if anyone else has ever covered this show or Vintage Ford, but this facility is amazing.  If there’s a Hot Rod Heaven, Vintage Ford will be up there! Check it out!  Brian!!!

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Vintage Ford!

Daves car from last week!

Vintage Ford!

Daves car from last week!

This is the diner located inside Sacramento Vintage Ford.

And the garage display is also located inside Sacramento Vintage Ford.

This is the diner located inside Sacramento Vintage Ford.

And the garage display is also located inside
Sacramento Vintage Ford.

You can get everything at Vintage Ford here's the Showroom.

You can buy a T-shirt or order a Chassis!

You can get everything at Vintage Ford here's
the Showroom.

You can buy a T-shirt or order a Chassis!

You can buy your hot rod parts at Vintage Ford......

And then have Henry's Street Rods build & paint your car.

You can buy your hot rod parts at Vintage Ford......

And then have Henry's Street Rods build & paint your car.

V8 Deuce fenders.......

Or no fenders!!!

V8 Deuce fenders.......

Or no fenders!!!

This is a nice Vette, love the flames.  The best part is how the owner cut the hole....

for the 3 deuces, in the shape of the painted flames.  Amazing, I have never seen anything like this before.  Awesome idea!

This is a nice Vette, love the flames. The best part is
how the owner cut the hole....

For the 3 deuces, in the shape of the painted flames.  Amazing, I have never seen anything like this before.  Awesome idea!

The owner of this car is a member of the Thunderbolts Car Club.  I really liked the chrome spokes.

This guy was having a good time creeping through the parking lot.  The two of us later took turns following each other on the way home.  It's always cool to see more than one hot rod roaring down the road.

The owner of this car is a member of the Thunderbolts
Car Club.  I really liked the chrome spokes.

This guy was having a good time creeping through the parking lot. The two of us later took turns following each other on the way home. It's always cool to see more than one hot rod roaring down the road.

Does this car hold the record for the most tail fins???

There's that bad to the bone Willys again.

Does this car hold the record for the most tail fins???

There's that bad to the bone Willys again.

There were a few blown Willys at this cruise.  This one had two quads.

The place was so packed, that this was the best I could do with this Merc.  I know a dental hygenist that would love to get her hands on this grill.

There were a few blown Willys at this cruise.  This one
had two quads.

The place was so packed, that this was the best I could do with this Merc.  I know a dental hygenist that would love to get her hands on this grill.

This little red truck had a huge blown motor in it.   Check out the werewolf in the next pic!

The werewolf reminded me of Wolfman Jack.  But like this truck, he would be on major steroids!

This little red truck had a huge blown motor in it.
Check out the werewolf in the next pic!

The werewolf reminded me of Wolfman Jack.  But like this truck, he would be on major steroids!

Another injected Willys.  This one had Hot Heads & an Enderle bug catcher.

This Willys should be called The Abyss, because the paint & rear wheels are sooo deep.

Another injected Willys. This one had Hot Heads & an Enderle bug catcher.

This Willys should be called The Abyss, because the paint & rear wheels are sooo deep.

I remember seeing this car in Rocklin, California before it was painted.  It was flat back, but the dash was painted gloss black with a set of flames behind the gauges.  It was cool then.  The car is painted now & he is obviously keeping with the theme.

I remember seeing this car in Rocklin, California before it was painted. It was flat back, but the dash was painted gloss black with a set of flames behind the gauges.  It was cool then.  The car is painted now & he is obviously keeping with the theme.

 

 

Wow, this was really cool!!! That’s all we have for you!!!
Hope you enjoyed it as much as we did!!!
THANKS Brian for taking and sending us ALL these GREAT
pics so we could share them with everyone out there!!!

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