Big day today. I am heading over to my friend Bob’s house to look at his new ride. A 40 Ford coupe. Bob likes forties and has several of them so I am sure this one will be nice. I have a chance to purchase a real nice 40 frame to bring home and stack in my pile, but the wife has a strong objection to the thought. They get that way once in a while. I will take her out to dinner tonight and Saturday bring home the frame. Works every time.
Today’s tech is an assortment of various construction pictures I have taken over the last few months.
Have a look.
Have a great weekend and get out in the garage.
My DF 32 chassis in progress. Chopped Deuce sedan or Brookville.[singlepic=107]
My 33 chassis during construction. Home built, of course.[singlepic=992]
40 frame with a nice exhaust system and H connection to equal flow and sound.[singlepic=993]
SO-CAL clutch set up in one of their frame. Looks nice and clean like everything Pete does..[singlepic=994]
Some HHR tin work on a 32 roadster.[singlepic=995]
Same car showing steering on right side with bracing.[singlepic=997]
Chopping a 40 panel is a big task. Not for HHR.[singlepic=996]
HHR Wilson Welding backing plates with Lincoln drums. Different look.
Brizio built twins for the same customer. One is a little different color, one is a Wescott and one is a Brookville. Must be nice.