Weather was excellent for the Rat City Rodz Car Show in Everett (put on by the Rat City Rodz Car Club). This is the fourth annual and it's been held the last few years at the Anchor Pub on Hewett in Downtown Everett, WA. This year had about 20-25 more cars than last year, so it looks like this event will grow each year. Bands played inside the Anchor, but could be seen and heard outside, via a huge garage style rolling door not far from the stage. Besides filming and interviewing car owners, we had our vendor booth set up and were pushing the Rat Rod Rockers! DVDs full force. We had run out of Hot Rod Girls Save The World DVDs at last weeks Greenwood Car Show, but made up for it in t-shirt and poster sales. The show only lasts from noon until five, so it seemed like a short day, but that worked out perfect. Sometimes the all day shows can get a bit long in the tooth- if ya know what I mean. I got great interviews for Go-Kustom TV, as most of you know, I don't only interview the Hot Rod/Rat Rod Owners, I have a penchant for the early Mopar Muscle Cars and occasional odd ball makes. The quality and variety of cars at Rat City Rodz was excellent. Put this show on your list!