mick wrote:I was a member of the Early Ford V8 club when I was 15, and if my memory serves me correct, so were Ian Leifman and Dennis Statham.
Ian had a 35 roadster and Dennis a 36 sedan.
Geelong Street Rodders have been around since 1973 and we still have some members who have been around since then.
They are Ian Harris, Frank Fiscalini, Peter Raines, Bob Astill, Terry Dargue and I think John Davis.
I first joined Geelong Street Rodders in 1984 with a 38 coupe.
Mike wrote:choco wrote:
I joined Bay Rodders some time in 1976, when I was posted to Cerberus. I think the Souters had a wrecking yard at Somerville, where I bought a 4 barrel inlet for my Y block 27T.
I may stand corrected but i dont recall the Souters having a wrecking yard , however former Bay Rodder , Brian Kenyon had Harvey Motor Wreckers in Baxter , which is next door to Sommerville.
Rebel wrote:Hey Mick You Must Have Been Member Of Early Ford Club Same Time As Leighton Rawlings And Myself, Remember Ians 32 Pickup Jerry Carpenters 34 Coupe Both Of Which Came To First Hot Rod Show In Hamilton Also Ray Charlton Bought Along His Coupe, Where Have Years Gone, AH Memories.
HOT ROD FRED wrote:Sure does Mick.Runs McCulloch blown flatty Was first built as a resto,then saw the light and resto rodded it.l still have photos of it on my garage wall taken at the Melb Hot Rod Show about 25 years ago.
zacs56 wrote:Norm Perrow Jaidas Bendigo was one of the founding members of the club , and help start the C R A to give country members a say . 34Chev sedan and 34 chev pannel van.
checked google street view ,the model A gone ,in fact houses gone too ,thats progress i sposeLeo wrote:
117 Barkly St Carlton 1960
Leo Spessot and Robert Harris
My first Car, Hot Rod, Street Rod ,Modified, Special,Old bomb.
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