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Antelope Valley Region

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1936 Chevrolet Business Mans Coupe

Owner: Jerome Udager. It has no back seat but a huge trunk for the business mans goods. I have only done things to get it running after buying it in about 1994. Need to change the windows out and fix the radiator before driving it again. Future plans are unclear. Most people say leave it as is.

1936 Ford Coupe

Owned by Bud and Karen Sargent. 327 Corvette engine, Aluminum Powerglide, Pwr Steering, Disc Brakes, Ford 8" rear end and Pwr Windows.

1959 Mustang Stallion

Owner: Jerome Udager. Bought new by my grandmother for my uncle. I painted it with lacquer in the stock colors and design, and it was restored with help from a couple of friends in the late '70s. Future plans are another restoration with more detail.

1959 Mustand Stallion

1930 Model A Coupe with Rumble Seat

Owner: Jerome Udager. Purchased from fellow club member Bud Kelly, the engine was assembled by club member Paul Blackburn, my brother Jeff, and installed and running with more help from club member Paul Lorenzetti. Future plans are a two-toned paint job including the rims.

1930 Model A Coupe with Rumble Seat

1928 Model A Ford "60's" Style Hot Rod

Owners: Bud and Karen Sargent

1930 Deluxe Model A Ford Town Sedan

Owned by John and Susan Knapp

1951 Ford

Owners: Bud & Karen Sargent. The car was restored in 1988 from a "backyard relic". Modernized in 2004 with a Ford 302 engine with C4 auto trans, power disc brakes, power rack and pinion steering with Mustang rear end.

1931 Model A Ford

Owners: Ray and Cherry O’Connell. Found in Minnesota and barely operational, this Model A went through a full frame-off restoration over several years. Much of the car is stock, but some notable "improvements" include insert bearings, electronic ignition, juice brakes and a GM S-10, 5 speed transmission.

1957 Chevrolet Bel Air Sport Sedan

This 4 DR HT underwent a frame off restoration and now features a 350 GM crate motor, 700R-4 transmission, power disc brakes, power rack & pinion steering, Vintage A/C, power door locks, a Secret Audio system and much more.

1928 Chevrolet

Owners: Gary and Shirley Burgess. This truck is from Colorado and I am the 2nd owner. The frame-off restoration is almost complete. I will add the drop side's to the bed to keep it original. It was used by a sugar beet farmer originally.

1923 Model-T

1920 Model-T

1936 Ford

1936 Dodge

1940 Ford Convertible

El Camino

1941 Dodge Truck

1949 Chrysler

1949 Studebaker

1950 Buick

1951 Ford F-1 Pickup

1956 Chevrolet 210

1956 Chevrolet Bel Air Sport Sedan

1956 Thunderbird

1958 Chevy and Restored Gas Station

1958 Metropolitan

1968 Camaro

1968 Pontiac Firebird


Restored Walsma Gas Pumps

1950 Chevrolet

1927 Model T Ford