Crowded today. I spent the morning at the chrome platers picking up parts that needed more welding to be perfect. I am glad they called me instead of chroming the piece and then telling me it didn’t come out very good. I have a hard time TIG welding without leaving a little edge where the bead burnt into the metal. I am getting better but not chrome plated quality yet. Paint is the answer or should I say bondo.
I helped Bob bring home his new roadster, also built by Warren Boughn at Precision Street Rods. The new car has a full independent suspension and a brand new Brookville body. I will post some pictures tomorrow. Bob is like me, he likes to build them rather than drive them. This should make a real good driving car whereas the 29 was a true rough riding Hot Rod. Bob now has a nice 40 coupe and a roadster to finish. This is pure fun.
Here are some photos from the past as I have not taken any new ones lately.
Send me some of your favorites. I am busy!
Beautiful Carson Topped Deuce. These tops are now being made in New Hampshire at a cost of $10,000![singlepic=104]
Old style Deuce Tudor, Sierra Gold, steelies, bones and 37 taillights. Chopped, of course![Singlepic=148]
Foley’s super black and bitchen bad boy. Workmanship second to none, SBC, QC, Steelies, etc.[singlepic=106]
Deuce Frame X member in my project Deuce sedan. I don’t have a sedan but dreaming never hurts and is much cheaper.[singlepic=108]
My friend Walt’s super motor detail in his 46 Woody. I am going to copy this look. Powdercoated black![singlepic=115]
My inspiration, Joe’s black 33 hiboy, crate 350, 700R4, 9 inch rear and polished Americans with BFG’s.
Pew’s Halibrand prior to completion. Finished product by Friday.