The turnout was good today and Dave drove his 40 convert. I have been busy with house chores so I have not done anything to my cars. My friend Steve sent me a nice sedan that Terry has for sale so here I go again to look at another sedan. This is sure fun.
I am still learning the I photos format but I am having some difficulties so I signed up for a class at the Mac Store. Old men need training too.
I will post as many pictures as I can tonight but the old back is hurting from the wife’s “Honey Do” list. I am starting the year off right. I need a driver soon.
Nice delivery from the net. I think this one was from LA a few years ago. Regency Red, SBC, 9 inch. I believe Newt from the Firestone store owned it for a while. I looked at the car in San Diego in the 80’s. Nice sheet metal and paint…Ron Jones.
This is the look for the motor in my delivery. Chip has the dual quads for a good deal. $$$$$$ My high school chevy had this set up and I loved it.
This is Tim’s engine in his current 57 Chevy FI project. FI unit is being tested on a mule. Mule is a GM turn for test cars.
I can blame Steve for me not sleeping tonight. Terry built this in the 90’s and just purchased it back. Three inch chop. Image 16 inch steelies and apple green wheels. Ohio style.
Here is the rear view which shows a nice profile and chop.
Front view with painted windshield and CE axle. Brakes need to be changed to drums.