BONUS KNOTT'S BERRY FARM SHOW PHOTO COVERAGE 23 June 2009
Bonus Knott’s Berry Farm Show Photo Coverage
photos by Monica Benger
Here’s the bonus coverage of the Knott’s Berry Farm Fun Under the Sun car show in April…photos you won’t see in the magazine. But be sure to check out the full show coverage article and photos in the August 2009 issue of Kit Car Builder, on newsstands now.
Engines of every description. This mill was sitting squarely in the mid-engine compartment of a Thunder Ranch Porsche RSK Spyder racecar.
Handsome vintage Kellison J-2 looked as modern as some of the much newer cars.
This white Regal Roadsters Thunderbird replica is owned by Dan Begley.
A most unique one-off that took seven years to build on a Camaro.
Mark Fredrick found this Grand Sport as a basket case and took great care to bring it back to glory.
Bill Gildersleeve took top honors in the Street Rod class with is stunning ’41 Willys pick-up.
Langley Kersenboom, owner of LK Motorsports, won Best Paint for this Factory Five Racing ’33 hot rod.
This Reaction Research prancing horse took home some gold.
HPE, U.S. distributor for Australian AX07 kits for Miata, built this nice edition.
Dan Barbee drove his rotary-powered Magnum Dino replica all the way from Black Forest, Colorado.
The Meyers Manx display included everything from a new Kick Out version to this monster off-roader Manxster.
Ron Biggerstaff drove his Easy Rods shoebox based on a late-model Thunderbird.
Last year’s Extreme Handcrafted winner, Ron Padua’s Thunder Ranch widebody Speedster made a brief appearance.
Will Miles’ venerable Cord replica is a Knott’s regular.
Jesse Golden’s VW-powered hot rod roadster is also a regular Knott’s winner.
An unusual “old school” treatment on this Factory Five roadster owned by Ray McEdward.