“The Elvis Car,” John Athan’s famed 1929 roadster, was one of the first cars to employ the time-honored solution of mounting a Model A body atop 1932 Ford rails. Hot Rod Image Gallery. As a teenager in 1937, John bought the body for …
For ”The Elvis Car,” John Athan combined a Model A body with a Deuce frame. This clever trick would later become a classic modification. See more hot rod pictures.
Profile of a Hot Rod: For ”The Elvis Car”, from the 1957 movie ’Loving You’, John Athan combined a Model A body with a Deuce frame. John Athan’s famed 1929 roadster, was one of the first cars to employ the time-honored solution of mounting a …
The Elvis Car was the first 1929 Model A roadster to use a 1932 Ford Deuce frame. Because of the unique customization that went into the car, the car has a look
Apr 14, 2009 · Some clips of John Athan’s hot rod Ford driven by Elvis (and others) in the 1957 movie, Loving You. Awesome car, great hair, cool chicks, Schlitz beer in returnable brown bottlets, proper six-volt flathead starter sound.
Jan 08, 2009 · Folks Of Interest Elvis Hot Rod 1957. Discussion in ’The Hokey Ass Message Board’ started by Mr Haney, Jan 8, 2009.
Brenwood Park Assisted Living is hosting our 2ndAannual Cars and Elvis event on September 9th from 12:00pm-3:00pm. We will be selling hot dogs, bottled water, and popcorn for $1 each with proceeds going to benefit our activity program. Alan Graveen will perform his Strictly Elvis Show from 1-2:00pm All makes and models and years welcome
Elvis Car Collection. Elvis was a keen car man, particularly Cadillacs, as you will see with some of the cars featured in this Elvis Car Collection of some 30 cars kept at his famous Graceland Mansion. Reporter Tom Brown is taken on a guided tour of cars Elvis owned including his all time favourite the pink 1956 Cadillac.
The hop-up boys, however, were busy experimenting to go faster, and possibly even make a few bucks in the process (this was the actual birth of the speed equipment industry as we know it today, for the used four-cylinder equipment previously run by rodders had come the from the board and dirt track racing side of motorsports–yet …
This is the only privately owned Elvis jet, with the other two owned by the Elvis Museum in Memphis. Current bid is low $20,000s, so this is definitely within the reach of many HOT ROD enthusiasts. Just promise us the staff gets a ride once it’s air worthy.