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My Deuces Make The Move To Arizona

Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by vintagehotrods, Aug 12, 2012.

  1. The37Kid
    Joined: Apr 30, 2004
    Posts: 26,293


    [​IMG]Seeing that transporter fully loaded reminded me of this shot of the Shakespear collection. In 1964 it took 30 Bugatti's to equal $85,000. Thanks for the great photos and story, bet it is nice to have the all together again. Bob
  2. 32-cabriolet
    Joined: Mar 26, 2010
    Posts: 129

    from Gilbert Az

    nice looking collection..... when is the garage tour??
    Joined: Feb 22, 2006
    Posts: 651


    All nice cars,lots of car guys in prescott. thanks les
  4. You've got a sharp eye Neal! When we went stopped for fuel in Liberal, KS Josh noticed it was trying to come off so I climbed up and took it off and put it in the trailer. It was probably the wind and rain from the previous nights thunderstorm that tried to peel it off. The only other issue we had was the passenger door on the Nomad kept coming open the previous night near Dodge City, KS so I held it shut with a tie down.
  5. That's funny because my contractor in going to build the shop in trade for my old blue Deuce roadster! We are going to going to meet next week to iron out the details. I have to check with the city to see how big it can be based on the size of my lot and my house. I was hoping to make it 28' X 40' and tall enough for my drive-on hoist.
  6. RodStRace
    Joined: Dec 7, 2007
    Posts: 2,230


    Need Louvers?, heck, I'd like that intro! :) I'm in CV. I know Riggle is here, along with Gene Adams and Falconer. Word is that a guy that does NASCAR exhaust is in Paulden. Strange that so many gearheads have congregated here. Maybe not, it's a nice area if you can stand dry and 4 mild seasons.

    Jerry, welcome to the neighborhood. I've got a bunch of stuff but NONE of it is as nice as your collection! Looks like you are NW of the Dells by the pictures. McDonald's in CV first Friday of the month. Plenty of others too.
  7. Scotty, what I am really looking for is a '57 Two Door 150 Wagon. I had a chance at one last week out in Pennsylvania but it was just days before the move and I just couldn't do it without looking at it first. Now I wish I would have rolled the dice and did it. It looked nice and was priced right. I'm kicking myself right now.:(:mad:

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  8. Hi Brad, l need a few months to get the rest of my stuff up here and get it organized. I did bring all my signs this time so I need to get them up too. Maybe we'll have another Prescott Garage Tour because there is so much cool stuff (cooler than my junk!) to see up here it would be worth the trip from the valley.
  9. fab32
    Joined: May 14, 2002
    Posts: 13,988

    Member Emeritus

    Being a man of many words usually the only response to this is ............................DAMN!!!!!!!!

  10. woodbutcher
    Joined: Apr 25, 2012
    Posts: 3,166


    :D Now THAT is one GREAT collection of vintage iron.
    Good luck.Have fun.Be safe.
  11. MoparJoel
    Joined: May 21, 2012
    Posts: 860


    Welcome to AZ! Im from preskit, moved to phx about 3 years ago, still go up there once a month at least (all my family is still there), too bad you just missed the watson lake car show last weekend, thats the biggest, nicest show up there. but there is the court house rod run i think in september I will probabily see you cruzin up there! glad to see they all made it ok, I was scared just to move my 57 from preskit to phx 1 hr away.:D
  13. thewildturkey46
    Joined: Dec 4, 2005
    Posts: 746

    from Rice, MN

    Jerry, glad you made it ok....... the truck is from St Cloud....good people live there.....LOL... if that fordor body gets in the way, call me, I still need one of those for my collection!! Dale
  14. Bib Overalls
    Joined: Aug 3, 2001
    Posts: 4,068

    Bib Overalls

  15. 1964countrysedan
    Joined: Apr 14, 2011
    Posts: 1,131

    from Texas

    Great thread!

    Thanks for taking the time to post.
  16. deucemanab
    Joined: Apr 19, 2006
    Posts: 238


    Great looking cars,like the trunk on yellow 3 window-deucemanab
  17. cfnutcase
    Joined: Nov 29, 2008
    Posts: 1,033

    from Branson mo

    Question for you, the tan 32 roadster with black fenders, how long have you had it and where did it come from? What kind of shape was it in when you got it? Is it a b-model? It REALLY looks like my old car is why I am asking all these questions, be kinda cool if it was it, I sold it about 11? years ago. It ran and drove great was stone stock but missing the seat when I sold the car, I bought the car out of georgia, it still had the georgia title when I sold it. Jim
  18. Guess thats what it would be like if i could drive faster than 45 mph. It took me over an hour just to get to wickenberg from glendale.
  19. I bought the car in May of 2001 near Peoria, IL (actually my wife made the decision to buy it for herself!) when we were returning from Atlanta, GA after walking away from buying a misrepresented Deuce roadster down there. I stopped at a V-8 Club swap meet there and found out about it from long time Deuce guys Gary McCormick and Everett Gray. It is an early "B" Model and had just been restored for the owner who was a big Model A collector. I have pictures of it from the previous owner of what it looked like before it was restored and it was a darker color, either blue or black. PM me the serial number if you still know it and I can check for sure.
  20. flatheadpete
    Joined: Oct 29, 2003
    Posts: 9,512

    from Burton, MI

  21. MilesM
    Joined: May 28, 2002
    Posts: 1,200


    Damm! Won't you be my neighber!
  22. So-cal Tex
    Joined: Aug 24, 2005
    Posts: 1,360

    So-cal Tex

    Welcome to AZ, lots of nice folks here, I just got here myself from Colorado in December.

    I am about an hour and 1/2 south of you in Cave Creek. Shoot me a PM if you are in area for a shop tour.

    Now my '32 3W has some more neighbors!

  23. Mart
    Joined: Mar 3, 2001
    Posts: 3,752


    That's a very impressive sight - mindboggling.

  24. Great stuff. Reminds me of the trips I made moving my collection one at a time from the pacific coast to eastern ore. Trip was in the middle of winter & not a lot of fun over the mtns. I live in Ft Mohave in the winter so just might make a trip over to Prescott this winter. Welcome to Az. Hope all goes well with DMV. They just pulled the plates on my 85 3/4 as I registered it in Az but use Grundy for ins & they wanted a local agent. They can go pound sand I ain't changing & they are not gettin the plates back.
  25. Welcome to AZ. I assume you will be at Duece day in late October down here in the valley. I would drive up in my 32 5 window for a garage tour up there just say when.
  26. Welcome to Arizona we could use a few more 32's in this state. There will be a car show in September on the 29 th in Prescott Valley for all makes I will be there with my bucket of bolts LOL !!!!!!!!

  27. barryvanhook
    Joined: Jun 17, 2011
    Posts: 619

    from Mesa, AZ

    Use one of the 3d party private dmv facilities. It will save lots of time and trouble when registering your vehicles over the state offices.
  28. I've never had a thought of how easy it would be to highjack a big rig... until today.

    Enjoy AZ, I grew up there.
  29. Kyron
    Joined: Dec 28, 2006
    Posts: 117

    from Peoria Az

    X2 ;)

    welcome to Az
  30. now that's a toy collection !!!!

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