The Jalopy Journal
[ATTACH]Took my boys for a little ride and decided it’s time to get rid of these 31X10.5 truck tires so I dropped off the 15 steal wheels for...
Yes there were two convertibles but I don’t believe either stayed in the Ford family.
Here it is HF II’s wife’s car [ATTACH]
Henry Ford the second’s wife had a 56 with a vinyl or fabric top. It also was built without a hood ornament.
Very nice, thinking that C pillar makes a huge difference.
Those premier wheel covers look great.
Still in the planning stage.
I would love to create my own version of Continental’s retractable HT prototype [ATTACH] [ATTACH] [ATTACH] [ATTACH] [ATTACH] [ATTACH]
That left fender is the worst part of the car. It was cobbled together out of two crappy ones way back. I hope to find a replacement or I’ll...
A few cool Allen Park factory photos [ATTACH] [ATTACH] [ATTACH] [ATTACH] [ATTACH] [ATTACH] [ATTACH] [ATTACH]
Wheel wise I’m just thinking premier caps since they are a little cleaner looking than the factory covers.
My newest project, 1957 Continental that was originally black with white and grey interior lots of surface rust but actually very solid and a...
My new lady [ATTACH] [ATTACH]
[ATTACH]Not quite finished the 51 but this gal asked me to take her home.
Still planning to go with Cadillac power.
[ATTACH]One side done.
Started wrapping up the side glass work that I started before paint [ATTACH] [ATTACH]
[ATTACH]This always surprises people that think it’s a Victoria.
[ATTACH]Getting the stainless sorted out.
[ATTACH] Getting some stainless parts fitted up.
Just dug up this article Ryan did six years ago from when the car was in its early stages.
It’s actually 1940 Mercury mandarin maroon.
Side profile comparison to a stock model [ATTACH]
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