Art On Wheels 2

Not sure what this is, but I love the colour.

The open-wheeler below is about as basic as you can get – no bumpers, no mudguards, and not much windscreen. A true cut-down classic.

The number plate says it’s a rat, but I think it might be a Chev.

1932 Ford.

Looks like the sort of car the Green Hornet should drive.

This one’s a bit more weatherproof than the usual rod.

I love this mean looking machine, but I suspect with that windscreen it’d be like driving the world’s fastest letterbox.

That’s a Bad Streetrod. Or so it says.

Learning to drive, in a rod, in a confined caravan park full of super-expensive cars. I had enough trouble learning on the open road!

So, if he uses his left foot for the accelerator and brake, and his passenger uses her right foot for the clutch… no, I still don’t know how they managed.

As any Mafia don will tell you, hot pink is the new black.

With a shortage of genuine Model T Fords to rod, most of them are now fibreglass replicas. This is a very nice one, but I think it’d be even nicer if it wasn’t surgical appliance pink.

That’s two V-6 engines bolted together to make a V-12. Wow!

And this is either another ‘glass T, or a V-8 church organ.

All at Valla Beach Caravan Park.


About aquadraco

I'm a grey nomad who enjoys living on the same planet as Australian Eastern Water Dragons. And turtles.
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