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Congratulations to Sarah and Mike Hubbard on winning Peoples Choice Award and Best Custom
at the Hitching Post/Road Runner Super Cruise in their 1956 Plymouth Belvedere.
1956 Plymouth Belvedere

The 1970 GTO S/C Tiger of Devin Houston's makes another magazine appearance in Drag Racer Magazine March 2014 edition in ad for Motortopia.1970 GTO S/C Tiger Ad for Motortopia

Devin Houston's 1970 GTO SC/Tiger does it again! Look for the June 2012 issue of High Performance Pontiac.
GTO S/C Tiger in High Performance Pontiac Magazine

Congratulations to Rodney Chapman for winning the Gold Award at the Muscle Car & Corvette Nationals in Chicago with his 1971 DustAAR in 2011 and 2012!

DustAAR Award at Chicago Show

Congratulations to Gene Putman's Platinum Award winning 1956 Chevy in the Custom Modified Class at the 2011 Classic Chevy International Show in Springfield, MO
1956 Chevy Award at Classic Chevy Show

GTO S/C Tiger
Magazine Cover
GTO S/C Tiger on cover of Drive! Magazine
Read the article HERE

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1933 Dodge Roadster

1933 Dodge Highboy Back in the Day
1933 Dodge Highboy Roadster Arrival for Facelift
1933 Dodge Roadster back from sandblaster
1933 Dodge Hood Blisters
Roadster Grille Side Panels
Roadster Grille Chin
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History of the Car

Greg Brown's father, the late Phil Brown, bought the car from Jim Niblett in the fall of 1973. The car had recently won the Best Home Built Hot Rod at Tulsa's Street Rod Nationals. Then was featured on the cover of the December 1973 issue of Rod and Custom Magazine.

In August of 1974, the car was featured in a Happy Days TV show promotion and soon after this Phil decided to dismantle the car to put his own spin on it. As we all know life happens, family priorities and business sometimes change our priorities. So the car sat on the back burner. That is until Thom Taylor remembered the car in a "Where Is It Now" article. This relit the fire in Phil to continue with the project. Phil sold his body shop and opened Route 66 Hot Rods in St. Louis, Missouri. Phil and Greg continued to work on the car but the business had to be first priority.

In 2007, Phil and Greg started work on a new chassis, but then 2008 brought a slumping economy and health issues for Phil so the business closed their doors.

Greg lost his father Phil in June of 2013 due to heart problems but the dream of finishing the car stayed with him.

Now in 2014 the chassis work has been completed and the car has arrived at Willoughby Hot Rods for body work and paint. Greg's concept is to keep the 1970's style with up to date reliability.

Stay tuned for updates!

November 2014 Update - The body has been sandblasted and primered so the face lift can begin!

January 2015 Update - The body has been placed back on the frame for a rough fit of gaps, doors and the trunk lid.
Engine and transmission installed to help with fit.
We have started to fit the grille shell which involves fabricating side panels and the chin piece by hand and using an English Wheel.
The side hoods have been extended for proper fit and hood blisters installed.

November 2015 Update - This project has been put on hold for the time being. We will keep you all updated when the fun starts up once again.



East Highway 76
RR 2 Box 853 Ava, MO 65608