Looks like rain but as the song goes, ” It never rains in southern California”. I am headed over to Frantic Freds this morning as I need some metal from Industrial Metal Supply. This is a great store for the garage builder. Everything you need at discount prices and small quantities are welcomed. Fred’s is right down the street so I will stop in and say hello.
Today, I have some photos of George’s Sedan delivery frame, and a few other photos people have sent. I really enjoy seeing all the photos that come across my site. It is good to know the love for old cars is shared by people all over the world. How many are still sitting in the garages and warehouses across the world that have not been discovered? I am waiting for my turn. Never give… up our time will come.
Gary has his woody home so I will do a full feature soon showing you this super 37 Woody street rod.
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Prewar roadster that roams the streets of LA today. I see this car everywhere and I never grow tired of the look. The car still has mechanical brakes and a hot flathead. Keep’m coming.[singlepic=2216]
Windshield post are perfect. Chop and slant look good to me.[singlepic=2217]
Close up of post.[singlepic=2218]
Inside is how they were. I don’t think you need tilt, a/c and a $15K interior to have fun.[singlepic=2221]
Here is George’s rear with a 4-bar and coil overs. He didn’t want to use a spring as it interferes with the SD floor. P&J rear crossmember minimizes intrusion in the floor area.[singlepic=2224]
Here is George’s answer to hanging the m/c on a stock K-member. Nice workmanship.[singlepic=2220]
Here is a SC chassis showing an automatic and neat exhaust system. I would be afraid to ask how much.[singlepic=2219]
SC bracing on a Brookville. This is super strong and is completely hidden with upholstery. Pete knows how to do it right.
I actually did drive this one for a few years. Built by Steve and if it could be chromed it was. Let’s cruise somewhere today.