Well I was recently hanging around at the pork n beaners house when I stumbled across an automobile that just screamed his name. A 1947 Crosley drag car built by a tool and die maker back in the early 50's...he decided he needed it just about the time I decided I needed his 1929 Ford Tudor. So naturally we came up with a plan Id buy the A and he would go buy the 47. NOW the two vehicles are in there new homes. The 29 is going down a different road now that I have gotten a hold of it. Im building it in a mid to late 40s style traditional hot rod. With a Flathead v8 3 speed top loader and banjo rear end,and a bit of suspension and brake work.. the body and paint willbe as i drive it im hoping to drive the car to the drags this year.. thats the plan anyway.