UK Rodding history
More Photos thanks to Bob Luxford
Even I know Moulin Rouge Fantastic Rod that has stood the test of time, built by
Do You Recognise Pinball Wizard without the mural, this is it sporting its 4th or 5th paint job.
Light blue Pop and Devon at Wheelsday early 90s. The pop belongs to Jim Morris, he built the Pop years ago. It ran Rover V8 with 8" rear and Viva front and a neat white T&R interior. Was featured in Street Machine with white scallops. Car was stripped down about 6 or 7 years ago to turn into a gasser, the chassis is built but project has stalled. The orange Devon was Chris Howells, it was a daily and ran Marina 1800 engine and box, A60 rear and MG/Devon front end. Chris bought it off Bob Nixon as a stocker with the money he had saved for a new dining room carpet (boy was the wife pissed!)! Eventually sold it to Jim Morris who put a Fiat twin cam in it and painted it red, it was supposed to be for his wife, but, he very rarely let her get behind the wheel.
Andy Henshaws, Plumb Crazy
Colin Jeffries Red 32 Coupe
3window 32 with rover and square headlamps and 4 spoke fronts was a Milner
Reg Wilcox built 34
29A is the ex Rod shop shop truck.
Slick Willy grrrrr
Red Gasser 40 of Robbie Stirlings at
Blackbushe drags early 80s.
Rover 10, originally
built in Sheffield in 1981 featured in St**t M 1987. Dave Mills is its new owner,
Car has lost the blower along the way and is now Orange and Blue. Originally
built in Scunthorpe by Brian Marshall of the 'Bridge County Cruisers'.
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