I took a trip up the road to visit my friend Fuzzy and see his new garage. He recently finished the building to house his hot rods and provide a clean, dry, warm place to work on them. The maroon bucket was his ride all last summer, yes even in the rain...but not by choice. Having to put up with weather in an open roadster inspired him to look for more protection. The bomber was purchased in Louisville KY but was built elsewhere. It's a '36 Chevy that has been modified a bunch including sectioning. It runs a 383 stroker, a TH400, and hauls. Now he's forced to decide which to drive when. I really feel for him, tough. The other reason for the trip was to pick up some of our new "old guys with hot rods" hats that Fuzzy had printed for us. The hats are tan with our logo in black and look great. Of course I painted some of them in. I don't know but that almost makes us legit, hats and shirts, just like a real hot rod club.