In the thread about "what is your car culture", I mentioned how I had idolized a few of my Father's friends who used to drive their hot rods/street rods to the shop when I was a kid. One of them was Glenn "Bob" Thorne, who passed from cancer in early 2015. Bob had a 33 Ford Tudor Deluxe sedan, which he had bought in his teens. In the summer, it was pretty much his daily driver. I was fortunate enough to be able to buy his 33 from his widow a couple of weeks ago, with his best friend making the sale on her behalf, since she has moved out of state to a warmer climate. Today, I drove her home, about a 40 mile trip. While not entirely HAMB friendly, there is plenty about this car that fits in here, and I hope it is okay to share it. It has a 2" chop, and the roof is filled with a 58 Ford roof section, which has the narrow, inset beads/ribs. I think from a wagon. I know it took him a while to find the donor. The stance is really sinister looking, and it has a full set of Kelsey-Hayes "stripper" wheels. Pics are from when I pulled into the drive this morning, not even washed yet from sitting since last summer. I am quite honored to look after his machine.