In the basement of an average three bedroom ranch home in Webster Groves, Missouri at the bottom of the stairs sits a door. Behind that door lies the workshop of Bob Molenhour. Within the approximately one hundred twenty square feet and red and white checked floor is a modeler's dream shop.
Intermixed among the Three Stooges memorabilia and the assorted automotive posters and kitch are Bob's numerous trophies, badges, ribbons and dash plaques.
- Builder Martin Racing
- Year 1935
- Make Plymouth
- Model Truck
- Engine Make Chevrolet
- Displacement 350 cu in
- Transmission TH 350 Auto
- Intake/Carb Holley 650
- Exhaust Custom
- Body Modification Channeled 6 inches, bed shortened 4 feet and narrowed 12 inches. Suicide doors.
- Other Mods Chevy ten bolt rear, 6 inch drop straight axle installed suicide-style all sitting on a lengthened custom Speedway frame that's been Z'ed 12 inches.
- Club Affiliation
This is the third year that Saint Charles Riverfront Arts is hosting this unique event, which documents and celebrates the evolution of the motorcycle from little more than a powered bicycle, to the distinctive form of transportation and statement of personal style that it is today. Proceeds from the event will benefit Saint Charles Riverfront Arts’ efforts to promote visual and performing arts throughout the St. Charles community.