Some interesting toys to look at. Even a Rock Crawler with a V-8 ! The Fiat is exactly like the one I had. The eerie part is that it's the same color and has the same Abarth headers on it. Had a lot of fun in that little car. Drove it down the Baja Peninsula, across the gulf of Calif on a boat, drove to Acapulco and back up to San Diego in 1963. Dirt roads most of the way. Enjoy..............Bruce
Replies sorted oldest to newest
@Gordon Nichols posted:
OHV = Over Head Valves?
Sorry……. Couldn’t come up with something more intelligent for the letters from a Bahsten guy.
Off Highway Vehicle Team. After working my normal 40+ hours per week (which was usually closer to 60) I would work on my days off riding dirt bikes, snowmobiles, or in our agency's Polaris RZR side by side patrolling the off-road recreation areas.
Rick....Me Too ! That old Ford Cabover with an aluminum Jan-Mar sliding tilt bed to carry my Spyder around on for long hauls would be fun................Bruce
Agreed. Add A/C to the cab and I'm IN. Power it with a nice large turbodiesel and EAT UP the interstates! That would be a great way to get a Spyder to the left coast and back.
early rodders!...that's a great gathering each saturday morning....lots of awesome cars every week...there is a guy there that owns 12 REAL DEAL SHELBY COBRAS....well worth cking out if close by
JNC...........There's usually several Cobras there but this time I didn't see any.....Hmmmm. My friend Steve Fox had his 356 cabriolet there this time. It's the silver one with the red interior. I think he has 3. An "A", "B" and a "C". He drives all of them on weekends in rotation. There's always a nice spread of different cars at this gathering, it's not big and there's enough change in who comes to make it interesting.....Bruce