Winston’s Coupe is a regular around the area. You’ll see it everywhere, car shows, swap meets, anywhere that Winston can pedal his little Coupe he’ll take it. I wish all guys drove their old cars as much as Winston does. Winston’s Coupe at the 2008 San Francisco Rod and Custom Show Winston’s 1932 Ford Coupe at one of the Relic’s Casting Parties Random...
Relic’s Car Club does more Aluminum Casting!! Dan “the Madman” Nelson invited everyone over to his new digs for a barbeque and some good old fashioned fun, pouring molten aluminum into sand molds! Winston’s 1932 Ford coupe is a regular around the area! Greg Short’s 1968 Chevy Pickup truck. It’s his daily driver, and I was finally able to catch it for...
Matt’s Pictures from the SF Rod and Custom show Mike’s 1950 Ford Joe’s 1954 Chevy A whole bunch of the Nobles! Bad ass GMC powered Model A!! Read More →
Winston snapped some really neat pictures of our cars down at the weekly John’s Burger cruise in…. Winston’s unchopped 1932 Ford Coupe, Brian’s chopped 1932 Ford Coupe, and my own chopped 1931 Ford Coupe… Read More →
This was the Relics Car Club’s Official Event for 2006. Despite our hard work turnout was very minimal, but we still had fun anyways! Winston’s 1932 Ford Coupe Winston’s 1932 Ford Coupe Dan’s 1954 Chevy Coupe Johnny’s 1967 Ford Custom 300 Johnny’s 1967 Ford Custom 300 Read More →
After the Hayward Swapmeet we were taking the backroads back home, Winston pulled over to uncork the exhaust on his Deuce and I decided it was group picture time! Read More →
The Glory days of John’s Burger… We had the whole crew down here!! Jeremy and Shannon in their 1951 Cadillac, Mikey in his unchopped 1950 Ford, Winston in his ’32, Kyle in his ’66 Coronet, Steve and his ’71 Dart, and everyone else in their who-rides! John sez, “Very Nice!!” Read More →
Altamount Cruisers Car Show, Downtown Livermore, 2005 It has been in the family for a while, his Pop ran it back in the day with an injected Rocket motor. Winston can recall playing around in it when he was a kid, and has some other great B&W pictures of it. Read More →