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Technical White Survivor 34 Ford at Strangers BBQ..???

Discussion in 'Traditional Hot Rods' started by M.Edell, Jul 11, 2011.

  1. M.Edell
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    There was a real cool 3 Window 34 at the Strangers show yesterday with a 1954 Bonneville participant decal in the windshield. Does anyone know about this coupe?
     

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  2. RoyalCrown32
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    What a beauty!!
     
  3. ibcalaveras
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    It belongs to a Payaso named Greg Laserini, an old race car with a caddy motor.Thats about all I remember.
     
  4. M.Edell
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    Thanks..
     

  5. 49ratfink
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    from California

    bump. very cool car.
     
  6. M.Edell
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    :):cool::cool:
     
  7. Me likey. Vintage fuse boxes on the dash add to the mystique. Note vintage aircraft tach on steering column.

    Doug.
     
  8. RoyalCrown32
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    Found another pic of it.

    [​IMG]
     
  9. DRAGULA54
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    I was trying to make it to the show but wasn't able to. Looks like I missed out :(
     
  10. Awesome car. I like the '50 Mercury door handles.
     
  11. HoldFast
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    Killer car. I had to keep standing at weird angles to get a glimpse of the mill. AWESOME!

    That's one of those cars that needs to be driven. Amazing survivor.
     
  12. D ROD
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    That Thing is F#@k'in Killer!!!
     
  13. Joe T Creep
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    I saw that car at Santa Maria and couldnt stop looking at it.
     
  14. bonesy
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    That thing is AWESOME!
     
  15. Evel
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    yup saw that at Santa Maris too.. better believe it will be in the Santa Maria portion of Volume 6.. I think I shot it for about 4 hours hahahaha my favorite car of the show!!!
     
  16. 2 of us wanted to give it the Road Devils pick for the show,but there was no card with any info on who owned it..

    Isn't Greg the same guy with the bare metal roadster that was at the Strangers show about 4-5 years ago?Another amazing car in its own right...
     
  17. bonesy
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    I thought I remember seeing that name. Very cool aero-roadster too.

    I'd love to see some additional shots of that three-window if anyone has them.
     
  18. brady1929
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  19. ss34coupe
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    Cool is right! And with a Cad motor its even cooler! Any pics of the powerplant?
     
  20. built2grind
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    Thats Greg Lazzerini's car. He's from Salinas, California. Quiet local Hot Rodder that has everything. You should see his collection sometime, very impressive. And yes he's got a bare metal roadster that I think he hand built. Get ahold of DEADENDER here on the H.A.M.B. aka Deadend Magazine I'm sure Jesus has alot more info on Greg's cars.
     
  21. general gow
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    what a killer hot rod. i want to know a lot more about it. just plain awesome.
     
  22. fab32
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    Awesome car. reminds me of one that my neighbor in Lincoln, Nebraska had back in 1959. It had a Caddy motor in it also. When his daughter turned 16 he tossed her the keys and said "Happy Birthday!" She was the most popular girl in school for the rest of the year. You couldn't get a date as she was booked up for weeks in advance and all the guys wanted her to bring the car on the date. I was 2 years younger so dating her was out of the question but occasionally she would ask me to go with her to the gas station and I always obliged and pumped the gas so she wouldn't get her hands and finger nails that were always long and perfectly polished smelling of gas.

    Frank
     
  23. general gow
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    anyone know how the back end sits like it does without having been channeled? it's just about perfect.
     
  24. 29 de soto
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    this car is in the winter 2011 rod and kulture,I just picked up the issue yesterday at a barnes and noble.this car was built and raced by my uncle in the early 60s,glad that greg is preserving history.Maybe someday we can get it back in the family?
     
  25. I was going to say it was in the last Rod and Kulture,but 29 de soto beat me to it.
    Great car with Great history!!!
     
  26. ponchopowered
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    29 de soto can you give us any detail on it? i would love to know more about it
     
  27. mikeallcars
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  28. jimbob
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    The '54 Decal on the car now must be a repro as there is a photo in TR&K of the windshield, and the decal is 3/4 missing.

    Super neat car though.
     

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