I hope all of you had a wonderful Labor Day weekend and our ready to go back to work in the garage or you job tomorrow. Jane and I relaxed and enjoyed ourselves by taking Pepe for a few short cruises. Tuesday I will start on the rear door for Pepe for the third time. I am doing it myself this time. I am tired of paying for poor work. I can do that myself! Looking for the paint will be a problem but I think I have a source for 93000 black.
September is filling up with our Back Road Boys adventure to the Rock Inn, Wavecrest and the Outriders Picnic. I will also have a pusher fan installed prior to the trips. I have a big month planned and hope I can accomplish all my plans. You know what they say, ” Planning is the most important phase of reaching your objectives!” Energy follows focus will prevail this month.
Enjoy your week!
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The RB coupes always are built with their signature look. These bodies are hard to find and expensive when you do locate one. I wonder how you drive one of these in CA.
Patina sedan looks familiar and has Pete Eastwood written all over it.
Tom captured this nice photo of a 1936 Â Ford sedan delivery.
Walt let me drive his new/old roadster and I actually fit in this former AMBR contender. Nice ride and thanks Walt.
Walt is explaining to Jane how the hood fits on his Boyd Roadster.
Dick, a long time shop manager at Boyds, has put his roadster on the market. This would be a very nice ride as I watched him put it together.
Gary sent in some photos of a Georgia 1940 coupe that looks flawless in black.
I never grow tired of Henry’s sedan. I still think it was a trend setting for Deuce hiboy sedans similar to Sharon Kolmos’s Fat Jack sedan of the 80’s.
Bob and Sharon had matching hi-tech sedans in the 80’s.
FJ has the touch when it comes to detailing a car. Sharon’s was state of the art when built. Lil’John helped in the design.
Lil’John built the front axle and added coil-over front shocks.
Boyd added the IFS to Bob’s so they had a real test over which rode and handled the best. Boyd’s won!
Bob’s trend setting Deuce had the look of the 80’s!
I had Boyd build me a clone chassis except with his IRS. I located a body and cowl but soon became impatient and put a Wescott roadster body on the chassis. The doors were over my head.
This is the same chassis with a roadster body installed. Wescott was the best back in the 80’s.
I copied Murray’s car except wheels.
Some dreams come true and others take more time!
Â Jerry finished the roadster and entered in the Oakland Roadster Show as a contender.