Friday Night Fights: Battle of the Bombs

In this edition of Friday Night Fights we’re doing a battle of the bombs as we take a 1935 Plymouth PJ and put it up against a 1936 Buick Roadmaster and have you our readers decide which is better.

1935 Plymouth PJ

Our first competitor, hailing from Nagoya, Japan is a 1935 Plymouth PJ owned by Hitomi Kato of Pharaoh’s CC. Originally featured in our January ’15 issue, this PJ hugs the ground with an airbag suspension on 14-inch Cragar wires. Underneath the hood is an original flathead six tuned by Cholo’s Customs while on the outside is a paintjob by Jack and Freddy’s.

For more on this PJ check out its full feature online here.

1936 Buick Roadmaster

Our second competitor is a 1936 Buick Roadmaster. Originally featured in our March ’15 issue, this Roadmaster is nicknamed My Loquera and owned by LA resident, and Oldies SFV member, Ricardo Alvarado. Underneath the hood of this Roadmaster is a 250 straight-six from a ’68 GM installed by Oldies Auto Restoration in Sylmar. Rolling on 100-spoke wheels this Roadmaster is rocking a stock interior with a wide array of accessories while on the outside is a PPG candy paint job by Frank Navarro of Acton with pin striping by Bob Coslett and murals by Sammy de Leone.

For more on this Roadmaster check out its full feature online here.

So which of these Bombs is the best? As usual we’re having you, our readers decide. Tell us which you think is your favorite Bomb.