Squeeg’s Kustom Goodguys Lunch Stop

Bitchin 1932 Ford roadster hot rodThe Goodguys Southwest Nationals rolls into Scottsdale, AZ only once a year and with it comes a mad thrash to get your car ready and some great chances to roll your car out (even a roadster since it was in the 80’s that week!) have some fun and meet some other rodders in the area.

Doug Jerger the owner of Squeeg’s Kustoms in Mesa, Arizona landed the lunch stop for the Goodguys Show. Doug was kind enough to let me take up some space at his shop and hand out some of the posters we made.

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The open house came at a perfect time as Squeeg’s was debuting 3 trick hot rods. Doug’s shop can build and paint anything you want and do it to near perfection. The 34 Ford Roadster shown above was one of the cars. Everything on this car screams professional builder and the style and execution let you know this car had a solid plan right from the start.

The other 2 hot rods finshed were a 32 Ford Roadster and a 40 Ford coupe. I’m not showing the 40 Ford right now because we’re all hoping the coming out part for the 40 will be on the pages of Rodder’s Journal.

Make sure to look closely at the pictures below. Maybe I got a shot of you or your car? If so, let me know.

Until then, right click and save the image of the poster we made and use it as your wall paper. It’s a good size file and should look great as your screen saver.

Special thanks to Doug and all the guys at Squeeg’s.