Our iron steed. Only one of our many travelling vehicles.
This one has the most history with us probably and it has seen it all.
If only it could talk, it would probably ask us to put it out of it's misery. Truly a band's touring van. She has been good to us.
Cheers to Henry Ford for this creation.
Danny, one of our media guys, getting his life back together.
The show starts early and there is not much time for rest. Talk about living the good old carnie lifestyle. Set up before anybody gets there and pack up after everyone has left.
Somehow I love it though.
The Suavecito booth coming together the morning of Friday in Santa Maria, Calif.
The weather seems fair and it is going to be a great weekend.
Also, always good to be teamed up with Bomonster. We always know it is going to be a good event if they're around.
The Suavecito Bobblehead made a cameo appearance in the El General dropped roadster.
Always very cool seeing this car at shows. The owner is good guy that always comes around to say hi. We met him about 4 years ago and he put a Suavecito sticker on the windshield of this thing (which is always a real honor for us) and has had it on ever since.
The sticker faded a bit since then so I re-upped him with a newer sticker that has a better UV coating that he slapped on top of the old one almost immediately.
Talk about a cool dude.
I was very excited to see this shorty van pull up to the show.
Not a huge Kiss fan myself as that Simmons dude seems like a tool but I have to give it up to the artist that put this homage together. It fits this van so well that I have to force myself to put aside my differences.
Imagine this thing jamming down the highway long trip... or just parked at a lake.
Mr. Rhythm pinstiping straight-razors. These are sure to fetch a high bid on the open market.
Give it up to your pinstriper's favorite pinstriper. Notoriously nice guy.
If you have never met him, be sure to bug him when you see him around and say hi.