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Photos from the 10th Annual Jalopyrama Hot Rod Show in Annapolis, Maryland

When a show advertises only 1962 and older American Hot Rods, Customs, and Vintage Race cars will be allowed on the show field you just know this show is going to be special. Jalopyrama was crammed into the Annapolis Maryland National Guard Armory and what this show may of lacked in size it more than made up for in style.

10th Annual Jalopyrama in Annapolis, Maryland

Inside the Armory was an odd mix of vintage steel. All the vehicles under the roof were by invitation only.

Jalopyrama

Annapolis Matyland National Guard Armory hosts Jalopyrama

A fantastic 1951 Woody Wagon was included in the mix.

1951 Woody Wagon

Are you looking for something low to the ground and totally bitchin'? Then check out these customs.

Custom Interior at Jalopyrama

Custom at Jalopyrama

1929 Custom Truck at Jalopyrama

1929 Custom Truck at Jalopyrama

There were a few vintage race cars inside including the San Giovanni Family's 1944 Lakester/Belly Tank racer, "Ron's Hobby Shop Special". It is powered by a 258ci Flathead Ford and recently went 172 mph.

1944 Lakester/Belly Tank racer

Ron's Hobby Shop Special at Jalopyrama

Outside it was looking like rain but luckily it stayed away while we were at the show. It gave everyone the chance to check out the details that make these hot rods so great.

Ole Black Betty Hot Rod

Model A Club of America

Flatheads Forever

Coupe de Ville

Dave Cornwell's 1931 Ford Tudor Sedan

Mark Engelskirch's 1942 Chevrolet Truck

From the crazy department comes Greg Bastien's 1960 Cadillac Sedan DeVille powered by a 5.9L Cummins Turbo diesel with an Eaton M90 Supercharger. Since we still have our 1963 Cadillac hearse waiting in Bubba's Garage for her 468ci w/ BDS 8-71 blower we were very interested in his setup.

Greg Bastien's 1960 Cadillac Sedan DeVille

Greg Bastien's 1960 Cadillac Sedan DeVille

Greg Bastien's 1960 Cadillac Sedan DeVille

So I am still shopping for a new ride and I think I want a wagon. I am not sure what type of wagon but there were a few at Jalopyrama to look at. I kind of liked Rob Bohuslav's 1961 Plymouth Suburban Wagon. Peg says we can only get a wagon if it has two doors.  Figures, that will make it more expensive.

1940 Plymouth Woody at Jalopyrama

One hot wagon at Jalopyrama

Chevrolet 4-door Wagon at Jalopyrama

Rob Bohuslav's 1961 Plymouth Suburban Wagon

The 10th Annual Jalopyrama in Annapolis, Maryland definitely had that classic hot rod show feel about it. Be sure to check it out next year and if you went this year tell us what you thought about it.

You can check out more of the photo action over at our photo site. BG Customs Photography

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