Nostalgic hotrod movie

Deuce of Spades is a small budget independent hot rod movie which is already gathering a lot of interest while being filmed. Faith Granger, the filmmaker, owns a black 32 roadster which is the center of the plot. An old letter found inside the roadster drives the owner to uncover its past. It is discovered that it was the fastest hotrod in the L.A area in 1953 and was owned by a young man by the name of John Callaway. The movie has been filmed in El Mirage among other places. Old style hotrods and other period correct vehicles have been recruited via rod forum H.A.M.B. which is also one of the supporters of this production. The SCTA, Petersen museum and many others support the birth of this movie dedicated to the hobby. In addition to the cars, there are also a lot of period elements and music from the 50s. This nostalgic film is supposed to be out in the fall of next year. To find out more about the movie visit the website at www.deuceofspadesmovie.com