This morning I stamped Alliance tags, filled merch orders, and then headed to the post office to drop it all off. On my way back, I broke a tie rod end on my daily driver '64 F100 and almost died. Then, spent some time on the side of the road waiting on a tow truck. By the time I had avoided certain death and gotten back to the shop, Keith already had the little car torn apart. Here's what he found: 1. Essentially, a mint body. There's no rust anywhere... nor are there patch panels. I mean, it's perfect... and so are the fenders. Without a doubt this is the nicest early Ford body I've ever seen. The paint has some issues, obviously, but we plan to address those on a spot by spot basis - ending with a car that has neat old paint on it. 2. This car had an owner at one point that loved chrome... We've found all sorts of neat old chrome from the garnish moldings to the splash apron... We gotta find a way to keep some of it. 3. The firewall has been hacked up a bit to accommodate a small block Chevy with a magneto at one time. It actually has some charm to it... and we have been thinking about running a hot little small block to keep the fun/cost ratio up. Time will tell on this one, but if you have a three deuce intake for an SBC you wanna sell, hit me up! 4. The rear suspension was some crazy coil spring arrangement made from torched heavy metal plate along with some odds and ends from various other vehicles. Because of this, Keith is gonna have to cut out the rear crossmember and install a new one. We've been thinking about doing a quick change if the budget allows... If you have one on the market, convo me. Anyway, lots more to come obviously... This is gonna be a whole lot of fun I think.