Tracy's Cars and Coffee, November 2, 2019

November 2nd was a beautiful, early autumn day in Tracy and the cars turned out for Tracy's Cars and Coffee in the parking lot of the shuttered Orchard Supply. I didn't have to be at work until 11:00 am so I picked up my latte at Barista's and spent some time admiring the great cars assembled. Below are the ones that caught my eye. 

1961 Chevrolet Impala Bubble Top. I'm not a fan of the wheels but the car was gorgeous.

Under the hood of the Bubble Top was a LS made to look like a SBC.

These wheels, on a Chevelle, are machine aluminum made to look like Rally wheels.

'66 GTO Tri-Power 

Beautiful '66 GTO

I've see this car 3 or 4 times including the Grand National Roadster Show. To call it an "old Ford" or hot rod doesn't do it justice. It is a purpose built, tube chassis race car.

'67 Firebirds are fairly scarce. Even rarer is one with the OHC 6 and a 4-speed.

You really don't see too many of these around.

'70s Firebird done up period style with side pipes.

Not sure of the year/make/model

Avanti II

Dual quad SBC in the Chev below

'65 (?) Impala

Early '50s Ford F-1

Never judge a car by its paint. This engine is in a flat black Nova painted ala "rattle-can".

1953 Ford. Originally found sitting in a field with the flathead replaced with a 289. The body work was flawless. 

Kind of a traditional Ford coupe in none traditional colors.

Unrestored 1955 Dodge Royal Lancer

Buick Grand National Turbo V6.

1969 Mustang Mach 1 351

A little extra boost is appreciated.

Falcons rule!

'56 Ford Courier (sedan delivery). I don't know what's under the hood but I've seen it on the street and it is radical.

Really clean split bumper Camaro

1950 Ford with a Windsor (302?) engine. I'd say it's a work in progress.

Really nice '39 Ford Convertible Coupe. 
I had planned on bringing a notebook so I could write down ownership and descriptions but the best laid plans ...


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