Vintage Color Studio is a specialty body and paint shop for both car collectors and enthusiasts. Owner and painter Darryl Hollenbeck has had a hand in two prestigious awards presented at the 2005 Grand National Roadster Show. The first, the Moal built "Seduced", took home America's Most Beautiful Roadster. Next, Roy Brizio's gold '36 three window took the Slonaker Award. Vintage Color Studio does almost all Roy Brizio Street Rods paint work! Really the only reference you need if you are looking for someone to do your custom paint work.

Andy's son, Roy, has built quite a reputation of his own as one of the premier Hot Rod builders in the industry. If you have a mind to get a car built or you are just a vintage car fan, his web site is a must see . Also, Canadian did a very nice feature on the recent open house at Roy's brand new shop in South San Francisco. Click the link to the left to give it a read.

The distinctive and spirited high-performance motorcars built at the Moal works in Oakland California, are among the finest examples of the coach builder art in the world. Each daring rakish, technologically-advanced and finely-crafted roadster to roll out of the expansive design and fabrication center is linked to a Moal family heritage in Oakland, one dedicated to the motoring arts for nearly a century.

Chances are, when you first became aware of Roy's automotive achievements you read it in the Rodder's Journal. For 38 years the journal has been the print and information leader of the rodding community. Keeping hot rod enthusiasts from the United States to Canada and even Australia informed on the latest developments within the street rodding world. The Journal covers all news and developments regarding technology, construction, service and sales of these magnificent machines. If you are a regular reader of Rodder's Journal you will certainly enjoy the web site.

Our Canadian friends to the north need not feel "out of the loop" when it comes to hot rodding. Frank Colgoni of Toronto, Ontario, Canada has put together a fantastic web site. Crammed full of images and info, Canadian Hot Rodder covers the car scene from British Columbia to Newfoundland maintaining a unique Canadian perspective. Very nice site and just may be a breath of fresh air to American enthusiasts.

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