2020 World of Wheels Chicago cont...
Words by Rodney Knocks
One of the most radical race cars on the planet. Not only does this car look cool it flies. Chuck Weck is the owner, driver and mastermind of this exotic creation. The parachutes are not just for show this rocket ship travels the quarter mile at well over 200 miles per hour.
One of our favorite watering holes is Wild Bills Olde Fashion Soda Pop Shop. Unbelievably good.
1948 Buick presented by Bob and Bonnie Starzyk.
How about a 1961 Nash drop top with a HEMI.
Eastwood one of the biggest supplier of quality fabrication tools brought a large sampling of their merchandise
so you could “test drive” before you buy.
The 2020 World of Wheels had a large room packed with motorcycles. On display was every kind bike you could image. Choppers, bobbers, touring, road race, baggers, antiques and radical customs. This 1942 Harley is one of only 142 civilian bikes produced that year.
Another familiar face at World of Wheels, Denny Guest, once again showed up with a corral of impressive Mopars.
Yet another big supporter of this event The Meguiars traveling road show with every type of wax, polish and conditioner
you could think of to keep your hot rod clean and shiny.
Joe Spinazzoza’s 1955 Cadillac 75 series limo look like it was right out of a Godfather movie.
Check out the wild metal interior that owner Bill Dinges fabricated. Yes that is real copper.
The Buick Club of America has been going strong for over fifty years.
Blasting Out Your Glass will custom etch any glass in house at the show.
NOSTALGIA DRAG WORLD - Words by Rodney Knocks; photos by NDW Staff