Finally, a free day. No doctors, no appointments, no pressure, just relax and enjoy the California sunshine. It is early and I need to push the roadster out in the driveway so I can work on the 48 convertible. I am going to do something with the chassis, but I am not sure which way to go, Mustang II or a dropped axle. I have a neighbor who has a Brizio built 48 with the Mustang II and it rides like a Cadillac, so I may go that way.
I have received pictures from some of you, so today I will feature those plus my own.
Have a look.
Folkstone gray 40 coupe. Color is nice for a coupe with red wheels
46 Ford Convertible for sale at Del Mar. Nice looking in a Folkstone gray with white walls and a black top. Lobeck car. $47K
Unusual tudor being built. Channeled rather than chopped. Not sure of the final look due to picture distortion.
This style of front suspension is being done a lot today. I personally feel it is unsafe from an engineering standpoint. This one at least has some support on the wishbone.
Nice rear view of a chopped tudor. I love the pinstriping .
HHR sheet metal work. The best. More on Friday’s Tech.