Member photos Mike Devils Brigade

Im going to start posting photos of the clubs members cars

Mike Devils Brigade
1957 Chevy Belaire 4door with 283 power pack.
Gypsy Devil
1934 Plymouth with period correct hot rodded 230 Flathead with Edmunds aluminum head. Satin black with ox blood interior (paint & interior happening as we speak)

Friends Of The Devils: Tim Bradham

Depth of Speed: Something From Nothing

You may have seen this video floating around some of the various hot rod blogs out there, but we’re posting it here to make sure you do. Tim is an outstanding welder, fabricator, and all around good guy that’s been a good friend of the club (especially our Devil’s Brigade Chapter) for a few years now. This video shows you a bit more of what his shop is about, and if you like it, go on and check out his work!!

Beans – RDCC Devils Brigade


Nomads in the News

There’s been a few Road Devils getting press lately, and we’re always happy to show that off to folks here on the main page. The latest Road Devil to get press is a fairly new member to the club, 20 year old welder and fabricator Clay Stephens of the Road Devils Nomad Chapter. Clay prospected out of the Devil’s Brigade Chapter in Fayetteville NC, where we all know him as a hard working member of one of our favorite shops in town, TBC Hot Rods and Bikes (TBC webpage) Check out the article for yourselves, and let us know if you see any other Road Devils out there in the news.

Fayetteville Observer Article



Devil’s Brigade 2012….

2011 was a great year for the military chapter of the Road Devils CC, and 2012 is already looking like another great year. We’ve welcomed one of the newest Road Devils down in North Carolina – Flounder, with his ’30 Roadster and ’64 Fairlane 500; and are ready for another year helping out with regional and national shows. We’ll be meeting up with our Detroit brethren for Autorama soon, inviting the family to the dirty south for Heavy Rebel Weekender, and taking the trip northbound on 95 to support the Boston Road Devils.

This year will also see the release of the Devil’s Brigade “Road To Recovery” DVD. This will chronicle the history of the Road Devils, since their post-war inception in 1946, to the stories of Devils deployed on the front in Afghanistan and Iraq. We’re still looking for more footage from our fellow chapters, as well as more bands to join the soundtrack.

So here’s to a great 2012!


Minister of Propaganda

RDCC Devil’s Brigade