King’s Men Car Club president Ken Bradford stands next to his 1938 Plymouth Business Coupe. Bradford says club members pride themselves on the fact they drive — not trailer —their hot rods to the shows and events they attend throughout the Pacific Northwest.
King’s Men Car Club president Ken Bradford stands next to his 1938 Plymouth Business Coupe. Bradford says club members pride themselves on the fact they drive — not trailer —their hot rods to the shows and events they attend throughout the Pacific Northwest. Tyler Hemstreet Staff writer
King’s Men Car Club president Ken Bradford stands next to his 1938 Plymouth Business Coupe. Bradford says club members pride themselves on the fact they drive — not trailer —their hot rods to the shows and events they attend throughout the Pacific Northwest. Tyler Hemstreet Staff writer