We’ve been making progress. Slowly but surely my ‘36 Ford is coming together. Here’s another quick update on how things are going. Right now we’re working on patching-up the rear wheel wells where the fenders meet the body. They’ve rusted through on both sides of the car. We’re also remanufacturing the rocker panels which have almost completely disintegrated. Please enjoy this video update and check back often for more.
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Here's a quick walk around my 1936 Ford Fordor Sedan project car. So far we've pulled all kinds of parts off of it, including the fenders, hood, grille, windshield, exhaust system and more. Right now working on getting the last two doors off the body, but the stubborn hinge pins are giving us truoble. Check it out. More to come.
And there she was, sitting in the parking lot glowing like a sunburned lobster. Actually, the color’s called “Victory Red,” but hot damn, it’s bright enough to singe your retinas and attract law enforcement like a Krispy Kreme convention.
On the street, the new Camaro gets its share of looks, but not as many as you’d expect for a jaunty new performance car. Faithful to the concept from a few years ago, the production version sports the same menacing scowl and child-bearing haunches.