December is visit the Doctor month for the Pew family. I always schedule my checkups so I can start the new year off with a fresh outlook on life. Yesterday, at the dentis,t I was given a clean bill of health and secured a lead for a “old Ford car” from my dentist. He told me that his neighbor was selling off his collection due to his poor health. He wasn’t sure, but thought the car was a 1940 Ford coupe that has been in the family since new. Can you believe this? Needless to say, I will be over there Saturday to take a look. It pays to mention that you like old cars to everyone you know. I have found several over the years. Today, I go back to the surgeon to see what is wrong with my recent hernia operation. I will ask him if he knows of any old cars as there is a very clean 55 Chevy two door post parked in front of his office. If I have to have this deal done over again, I am going to ask for the Chevy.
Pictures are getting hard to come by so send me some.
Good news the surgery doesn’t have to be done over right now so I can have a good Christmas with the family.
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Donnie installing one of Sid’s Bob Top’s.Â Turned out super.[singlepic=140]
Sid’s installation on a 34.Â I like it a lot.Â[singlepic=141]
Stock top on Mumford’s 33 at Brizio’s.Â This is the best looking top for me.Â[singlepic=142]
Texas flap adds style.Â[singlepic=143]
Stock irons and bows adds class.Â[singlepic=197]
Kentucky car now residing in LA.Â Medium Cabernet red.Â Super color.Â
This year’s Roadster show.Â Phaeton hiboy from back east.Â Nice looking with bias tires and cowl numbering.Â