The Holley Hot Rod Reunion is one of the best shows to see the nations best hot rods. Barry Clemons has been an attendee since the very first show, and to keep things interesting, he swaps cars he brings with him — this time he brought his stellar 1964 Ford Fairlane.
Clemons’ love of cars started in the ’70s when he was growing up. He and his friends would build model cars or gassers. In the ’80s, his car collection started with a Boss 302 Mustang and grew to a stable of muscle cars from each of the big 3 American manufactures.
The bumper reads ‘No Bottle. No Blower. No Bull.’ — and from the looks of the car, nothing could be further from the truth. This nostalgic street/strip car features an all fiberglass front end and a small block 302 engine backed by a C4 transmission. The paint and lettering was done by Jack Lemon, a custom motorcycle painter out of California.
Life In The Fairlane ~ Barry Clemons’ 1964 Ford Fairlane at the Holley Hot Rod Reunion
About the Holley Hot Rod Reunion
The Holley Hot Rod Reunion events benefit the Wally Parks NHRA Motorsports Museum and have been held across the country for the past 16 years. The support received by the race and show participants and attendees allow the museum to continue to preserve the nations automotive history,. Enthusiasts like Barry Clemons are the backbone of the event and are doing service not only to the museum but to true car lovers across America by bringing their cars for others to admire.