Hey how have you all been. I have not been on here in a long long long long time. As most of you know I am not the best at spelling so bear with me here. The story of " Sweet Tea" so far The body of the T is actually an interesting story in its self. I have been playing guitar for about 14 years now ( started when I was 7. im 21 now) and I was very good friends with a local blues musician by the name of Johnny nitro. I am sure most Blues fans have heard of this amazing musician because quite frankly he was a bad ass at playin the blues. any ways, I knew he had quite a few car bodys ( never knew the extent of it all ) but I had an idea of how many bodys and car parts he had. So I asked him one day at a show if he had any roadster bodys around his house, I told him not a 32 because I cant afford that but anything els would be a great start. long story short he told me no he had no roadsters around but plenty of coupes. Well a couple years passed and sadly enough the blues musician passed in his sleep one night and a couple good friends of mine became in charge of everything he had in his back yard. So I helped them all out by moving bodys and just helping in any way we could. Finally I we get to where I find the car. We where pulling model A fenders and running boards and damn near anything that you can think of out of this shed and wouldn't you know it the T was sitting in the back corner on its fire wall. I couldn't believe what I was looking at. We instantly struck a deal and threw it in the back of my truck. It was everything less a turtle deck and deck lid. So I made a shelf in my dads shop and sat on it for about a year. That year was a little stress full and I had quite a few things happen ( good and bad) and I just didnt have time for the little T. then threw looking for a motorcycle I was talking to a great friend on hear Dave Redbeard. He was asking me what I was looking for other than a motorcycle and I said I was trying to peace a 27 together but I wanted 32 rails. He said he had a set that had been sitting in his shed for a few years and no one was using them. So on easter sunday my dad and I went up and purchased them and plenty of other nick nacks to get this thing started. I found a tutle deck at the Sacramento swap meet and the rest is just stuff that friends and my boss Matt Seret have given me or sold me. Before anything els id like to thank every one so far for the help My Dad Bill Matt Seret Scott strictland Dave redbeard my nabor herk and especialy my car club friends Brandon flaner and Aaron grospec and hear we go this is me mocking it up trying to get my bearings on where and what it will look like I love mock up stages there is just something about what it can look like that gets me going. ok this is where it starts to happen. I put the frame up on are table. its perfect for a jig table so why not. In all honesty I just started from the front and worked my way back to make it fit. My dad and I made a template of the body and cut it out and started fitting it and this is my first idea of how it should look. it looked as if it was heading in that direction. so no reason to stop here. I found a spring at the swap meet. kinda like a mustache so why not me heating up the boxing plates for the back to help strengthen up all that I cut. my pops helped me out one day I was at work he decided to sand blast the frame!!!!! gosh what a great dad. finally got it on the frame then I got the body to fit better and then my boss Matt gave me a axle and I was able to peace a front end together.