Scott Pavey’s “Candy Cane” is immaculate. I first saw this car in a video that Doug Reed shot at the 1983 KKOA Leadsled Spectacular when Scott was 16 and had just finished it’s first version. It was awesome to see the car still in his hands and still looking awesome.
Gary Minor and his wife drove from the San Fransisco area to Indy to be a part of this show.
I first noticed this car at the Stray Kat 500 this year and a week later at the Pete & Jake’s Open House. Good to see it here in Indy.
Voodoo Larry was in attendance
The Toad looking good all the way from Wichita.
Dave Pareso and his wife Chris brought their Merc to the show with it’s new exterior color, the interior will get transformed to match soon.
“String of Pearls”
This ride was for sale for $15k and seemed a steal at that price.
Ross came 850 miles down I-70 with his chopped, channelled and sectioned Merc.
I came back to get this car without the shadow, but the car had left, good thing I got this one.
Lots o’ Louvers
Mark Moriarity helping Don Wallin get the Merc back on the road.
Don Wallin’s Merc
Gene Weaver’s beautiful 54 Chevy from Wichita
Dan Jetter’s Caddy
Roger Jetter’s Caddy
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