A Perplexing Situation

Sometimes in life we are faced with some difficult decisions concerning our health. I have been diagnosed with the Gout in my feet and I hope you never have this very painful arthritis experience. Mine is not caused by high uric acid and is called pseudo – gout which is difficult to diagnose. I must keep my foot elevated so I will keep today’s verbiage short. They are not sure how long it will take to be back to normal so I may miss a few posts. See Facebook for all the car photos you will ever need.

Stay Tooned!



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I found this cutie on ebay today. I like it and the FL house.

For Woody lovers this and  is so true!

My next engine will be a LS series with Inglese injection like this one.

Ryan has Jim’s Woodie ready for the paint shop. Perfection is his middle name.

Gary from Cornhusker finished his little Deuce truck in time for the show.

The trucks were very commercial in those days. Bare minimum was the design. Note neat seat and Moal gauges. Nice job Gary!!


I think this 5-window is right on the money for a Hot Rod to drive.

One of my early Boyd trucks at his shop in Stanton. Nick’s 3-window in the upper left. This was “The Place” in the 80’s.

Bob Oney built this 33 sedan with a killer look and stance.

Seldom seen in the hiboy form, this 33 looks slick rolling in the rain.

Correction: Rodger Ward from KS built this beauty many years ago. Still a trend setter.

My friend Dave will love this photo of a perfect high school custom.

Barcelona Blue 46 overlooking the Pacific in San Diego — just does it for me.

Nice photo of a 33 coupe sitting right!

My GM friend, John, is building his Hill Climb special. Looks good John!!

Comments 8

  1. Wishing you a speedy recovery. Get well soon. I enjoy Pewsplace very much. You have lots of folks pulling for you.

  2. Being off yer feet will give U more time to seek out the 40 DLX WGN of your dreams! Or maybe it will find you…Be well soon Bill

  3. All the best for a speedy recovery Lynn. You do an outstanding job on Pewsplace and I always look forward to reading it. Graeme

  4. Hi Lynn: Sorry to hear you are suffering from the gout. My Dad had battles with that condition and it is very uncomfortable. Being slowed down is not good for someone with your energy. Follow the diet recommendations. We are all pulling for you around the country. Terry

  5. Lynn: Thanks for running the pickup. I want to send thanks to Snyder Street Rods for the body work, paint and assembly. As I get older I have farm out some of my work so I can get the customer chassis built. Hope you get well soon. Keepum coming. Gary at Cornhusker

  6. Hi Lynn,
    I wish you all the very best with healing your gout. I had it once – horrible feeling. Keep up the good work – youre inspiring to us all over the world.

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