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This time of year
I always become a little more aware of the things that are really important in life. I think Thanksgiving gets me going and I can’t stop being grateful until the New Year rolls around ;)

Anyway, as I was sorting through this year’s list of things to be thankful for, I was thinking about how many new friends and acquaintances I’ve come to know through this site. I’ve met so many nice people both in person and through e-mail. (I know you get tired of hearing this, but it's true)

I really enjoy getting photos. It’s always fun when an e-mail includes a car or garage picture. Yesterday an e-mail contained a photo of the 19-piece step drill kit that was given to Bob, this site’s spell checker. Wow! What a gift! I won’t share Bob’s drill bit photo with you but I have some others…

Thommy e-mailed me a while back with some garage scene and rod run photos from Sweden. He’s building a hi-tech `32 roadster.

I thought you might enjoy seeing them.

*I’ve lost the photos of his car.       *HD crashes suck!

Street Rodding is a universal language. This little roadster pickup would look right at home in any garage in America, however shorts with black socks and clogs would be a major fashion infraction! ;)

These are photos of a Scandinavian Rod Event! Makes you wish you were there doesn’t it? I wonder if the tank is drive-able.

This black `32 roadster is a nice ride - in any language. Swedish rods even have the steering wheel on the “proper” side :)


How’s this grab you? It’s a Swedish Sports Car called a Koenigsegg CC. I had to visit their web site after seeing this picture - what a car! 

*Thanks Thommy for the cool photos! (and keep the babes at bay dude! :)

I could never begin to name everyone I’ve met through this site so…

To everyone who’s shared their street rod experiences, knowledge, stories and photos and all those that have e-mailed just to say they enjoy the site -

Happy Holidays!


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