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Hot Rod Revolution

The first five years of the “Hot Rod Revolution” car show were held in Penngrove, California at an old baseball field. The show rapidly got the reputation as being one of the BEST small car shows around.

The Revolution is limited to Pre 1948 “Traditional” styled Hot Rods – and is all about quality and tradition instead of quantity.

The show was moved to Austin, Texas in 2010.
The first show here in Austin was held at the old Seaholm Power Plant — and for the following two years the host has been Camp Maybry – which is a military installation that houses the headquarters of the Texas Military Forces.

In this photo essay — I have tried to capture not only the Hot Rods themselves — but some of the folks who enter and / or attend this show.
As you will see — there is a great variety in the types of cars — and the people too.

It was a GREAT show — and I hope you enjoy some of these pictures.


9 Comments Post a comment
  1. 11/12/2012

    Really like the framed portrait shots.

    • 11/12/2012

      Thank you Mark – I really appreciate – and value – your comment a lot !

  2. 11/27/2012

    Reblogged this on ride411.

  3. 11/30/2012

    Across the Bored is nominating you for the Liebster Award – – whether you choose to participate or not (and for the “rules”), please know that we have found much inspiration from your blog!

  4. 12/31/2012
    Ron Scubadiver

    Really nice photos of the cars.

    • 12/31/2012

      Thanks Ron – really appreciate it. !

      Art iPhone

  5. 01/16/2013

    Really love the portraits.

  6. 05/8/2013

    Terrific photos of some great rides!

  7. 05/26/2013

    Oh Art your house is filled with some awesome and wonderful pictures! Thank you for stopping by my blog so that I have been introduced to yours! I am a believer


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