Seattle Roadster Show, Seattle

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    ATTENDING THE ANNUAL ROADSTER SHOW

    by TedRico Updated Apr 4, 2011

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    THE SEATTLE ROADSTER SHOW for 2004

    February- March rolls in and the Seattle Roadster Show comes to town! This is a truly excellent venue to attend, especially if you love to see the older vintage autos & custom creations. What makes this one so special is that it is the very first car show this year, and the owners come from all over the nation to compete and show off their handiwork & artful restoration skills. What a treat!

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    2004 SEATTLE ROADSTER SHOW

    by TedRico Updated Mar 21, 2004

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    1932 FORD COUPE

    One aspect of automotive customizing is the addition of flame effects. Hence the term, "hotrod" is born. Now, the motor and drivetrain is modified as well to produce more power and speed, but it is the flame show that really sets these cars off! This '32 Ford Coupe has the most realistic looking flames, but the artist used computer graphics. Don't get the idea it is a decal, because the image still had to be applied with a brush with human hands. Gorgeous!

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    2004 SEATTLE ROADSTER SHOW

    by TedRico Updated Mar 21, 2004

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    The most beautiful and exotic vehicles, just to make the ordinary car buff drool! These pics do no justice to the phenomenal paint jobs on these autos. This Mustang has a "Mirage Paint" that changes colors from all directions. Very appealing!

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