Hi this my '29 Ford roaster pick up. When I started this thread I had an invitation for the Helsinki Car Show in Finland 2nd of April, and a half finished car. That was 2 moths ago. It's been a race against the clock but I made it with 1 hour to go, for real! Everything without the paint job and interior is made by me with normal garage tools an next to zero budget. Enyhow... this is how it all started And sorry about the spelling but I spell like a retard in swedish to haha. It all started with a original model A frame I hade from a earlyer build and when I found a gas tank and firewall I knew exactly what I wanted to build... I starded by welding the frame, front/rear axle to a jig with the riding hight I wanted. When I hade all the things in place like the crossmember, motor/tranny mount front/rear axle I welded everytning, with the frame still in the jig. This is how low it's going to be in the lowest position, yes it will have air bags all around. I will do my best to hide the bags and to keep as much as possible of the original frame. Get it? The body is a mixture of original, Brookville and homemade. No bondo is being used, is all lead like back in the days The dashboard is homemade and the gauged is '59 Volvo To be honest I bretty much build the car around the winsheild... I allways liked the "Hallock" winsheilds and when I found the gas tank and firewall I orderd a winsheild from Seller Equipt the day after haha. Great fit and finish by the way First time it´s out of the garage. A lot of things I will change that I didn´t see when is was in the garage.