Wednesday’s Worries

I really like receiving photos from the readers. Lou sent me a picture of a beautiful restored 32 Cabriolet that his friend just completed. I like stock cars also and this is a beauty. Tom and Jerry both owned one of these in the past few years. They look good when done properly. Thanks for the picture. Gary sent me some pictures of a newly built 40 coupe that is for sale. Bob builds 40 coupes for a living and does beautiful paint and body work. I also like the interior work on this Folkstone gray car. Standard models look very nice and you don’t see them very often.

I am waiting for the outcome of the GM bridge loan application before I do anymore on my cars. The news is sure bleak today so I try to spend all the time I can working on the cars as there is always something to keep you mind busy in the garage.

    Remember, a busy mind is a happy mind.
    Energy follows focus.

Stay Tooned!

Lynn

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Beautiful restored 32 Ford Cabriolet. Washington blue with black fenders. A true classic. A very nice restoration.

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Bob’s latest 40 standard coupe. This one is Folkstone gray with a buckskin interior. Not quite finished, but close. Looks good.

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Rear view showing stance and red steelies. The 40 coupe is a hard car to beat in looks, ride and comfort. This is an axle car as is all of Bob’s restorations. Yes!

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The standard dash is a great looking piece in stock form. Please leave them alone.

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Here is BV’s in a modified form with a big column and small wheel. No!

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Engine compartment showing a 350/350 combo with no A/C. Nor Cal is a cool place all year long.

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Nice upholstery job on the seat. Note french seams and straight lines. Classic 40 business coupe with fold up back for the salesman’s samples.

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Door panels look very will done. Dynamat is the answer to keep out the heat and cold.

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A completed Folkstone gray 40 coupe. What is wrong with this one….it is not in my garage.

Wednesday’s Tech

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Make your own Hurst Chevrolet mount.

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