Valiant VE Safari Wagon: A classic VE Valiant Safari wagon from the 1960’s. Good to see one of these again. The bonnet scoop is an interesting addition to this car.
Valiant CL Panel Van: The rare Valiant panel van. Looks like this one has some extra customized features such the long side rear glass, R/T stickers and 360ci V8. As seen at the Go Pink for Princess car show.
The 2013 Big Al’s Poker Run was held again, and as usual it was huge. A change of venue this year, it was held at Taylor Street Reserve, Victoria Park, a great location for the event and I consider this an improvement.
Here is a selection of 20 great cars from the 2013 Big Al’s Poker Run meeting start. A full set of 286 photos is available on the Brakehorsepower Classic Park Cars Facebook Album.
More photos from Part 2 of Big Al’s Run 2012:
Complete album of photos from Big Al’s Poker Run 2012 on Brakehorsepower Classic Parked Cars Facebook page.
Ford Falcon XM ute. Looks like this one is fitted with a 289 V8.
HR Holden fittied with 308 V8
Interior of the HR Holden
VH Valiant Regal Hardtop. 318 V8
1969 HK Holden Premier
Chevrolet Caprice Classic
Holden WB panel van. One of the most impressive vehicles displayed at Big Al’s this year.
WB Holden panel van interior. The ultra white upholstery was equally impressive.
Inside the back of the WB Holden panel van. Looks like pole dancing can be done in here.
Mercury Low & Fat ‘LEAD5LED’. Owned by Gary Ritson. A spectacular paint job which is second to none. This car was featured at the 2008 WA Street Machine & Hotrod Exhibition.
Fords: Mustang and Thunderbird
Bolwell Mark 7
Bolwell Mark 7 rear
1964 Mercury Comet Caliente. Owned by the Coleman family.
1974 Corvette Stingray
Ford Galaxie XL
Buick Riviera GS
Buick Riviera GS. Check the ‘boat tail’ rear and 455ci V8 engine.
1966 Ford Falcon XP ute
1970 Dodge Challenger. Equipped with the big 440ci V8.
1953 Buick sedan with straight 8 engine.
1932 Chevy Hotrod
Rat rod: ‘RATBILT’ from Chuckys Chop Shop. Has the Ford flathead V8 with bare essentials in true rat rod style.
Rear view of RATBILT…yes that’s a rat on the back.
As part of the ratrod style, there no need for chrome or even paint. Bare wood will do for the ute tray…and rust is a feature.
Engine and interior of this ratrod. Rusty rocker covers and makeshift parts.