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Chrome Wheel Weights





chrome wheel weights







    chrome
  • another word for chromium when it is used in dyes or pigments

  • treat with a chromium compound

  • Chromium plate as a decorative or protective finish on motor-vehicle fittings and other objects

  • Denoting compounds or alloys of chromium

  • plate with chromium; "chrome bathroom fixtures"











Ed "Big Daddy" Roth's original Mysterion




Ed "Big Daddy" Roth's  original Mysterion





circa 1964 Scan from my book , Car Customizing

The Mysterion frustrated Big Daddy with it falling apart while riding in his trailer between shows. Roth finished it in late 1963, showed it for most of 1964. At this point he got fed up with it falling apart . It's said that late in '64 Big Daddy actually pushed it off his trailer somewhere in Tulsa, Oklahoma . A friend of his said that Big Daddy's source of frustration was that due to it's weight and chrome plating and some inferior welds the frame kept cracking. I heard the trailer was stolen and only parts of the car showed up in a barn. Who out there in the Flickr-verse knows the real story? Regardless of the problems she was a work of art. Also did it ever run under it's owen power? I was told it did, is this true? and where were the radiators for the cooling system located? Or was it like some of the old over the top looking show cars that had engines with no moving parts, just Trophy Hounds that were Trailer Queens?












Ed "Big Daddy" Roth's original Mysterion




Ed "Big Daddy" Roth's  original Mysterion





Circa 1964 Scan from my book , Car Customizing


The Mysterion frustrated Big Daddy with it falling apart while riding in his trailer between shows. Roth finished it in late 1963, showed it for most of 1964. At this point he got fed up with it falling apart . It's said that late in '64 Big Daddy actually pushed it off his trailer somewhere in Tulsa, Oklahoma . A friend of his said that Big Daddy's source of frustration was that due to it's weight and chrome plating and some inferior welds the frame kept cracking. I heard the trailer was stolen and only parts of the car showed up in a barn. Who out there in the Flickr-verse knows the real story? Regardless of the problems she was a work of art. Also did it ever run under it's owen power? I was told it did, is this true? and where were the radiators for the cooling system located? Or was it like some of the old over the top looking show cars that had engines with no moving parts, just Trophy Hounds that were Trailer Queens?









chrome wheel weights







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