Friday “Night Moves” Raining Today

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“I woke up this morning to sound of thunder and I began to wonder“…Bob Seager 1962, working on Night Moves without any clues, is one of my favorite songs. I lived and worked in the Detroit area right out of college and was a big fan. Jane and I went to some of his concerts and really to this day enjoy his music. Today, I working on my day moves trying to keep dry. We certainly need rain and lots of it, so I will spend the day in the garage.

Yesterday, I went to Pasadena to help my friend Bob, photograph a beautiful 1947 Ford convertible. Traffic was bad, but when I arrived he had the car ready to go. This is a really nice car that I should purchase. I like 1946 1948 Ford convertibles and have owned several of them. The car is for sale and pricey, but probably worth it. Following are some photos of the car and a few more for your viewing.

Dallas did show the world that they, once again, can play football, but they had to hurt Favre to make it happen. Too bad!

Have a great weekend and stay out in the garage.

Stay Tooned!

Lynn

Pewsplace@gmail.com Lynn@pewsplace.com

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Bob’s new 47 Ford convert. Nice setting for a beautiful car. Dark Blue with Cream interior, sits perfect.

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Side view showing stance and Real Wheels. It needs WW’s and steelies to be perfect. The car has a Mll, 350/700r4, 9 inch, AC, CD, etc. All yours for $75 big ones….a little pricey for these cars right now.

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Gabe’s famous upholstery work using stock seats out of a sedan. A little big, but very comfortable. Note steering wheel and dash treatment. Very nice and pleasing to the eye.

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The trunk wasn’t overlooked either. Tool storage and battery are behind closed panel in rear.

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Local beauty for sale for a lot less money and just as nice. I like the maroon one a lot.

Sneak Peek

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Boyds first hand made all aluminum Deuce. Fabricated by Craig Naff and currently owned by Walt Baynes. This car caused much controversy as the proportions were not like a real Deuce in any shape or form.

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