Well, I don't usually take many pictures of my junk or do build threads but I've had a few folks ask me about this roadster. It's really nothing fancy or creative, basically just a banger powered '27 T roadster or an A frame. I have a thing for pre-war "gow-jobs". I've been collecting, trading and scrouging parts for this for about 3 years. I really have next to no money in it. This car has been inspired by the young guys that even during the depression years, found a way, with very limited funds, tools and sometimes ability, to build cars of their own. Like with hobbys or passions today, I image that during that time, their projects and cars were a way for them to distract themselves from the harsh reality of those depression years. Like a lot of folks today, I'm basically in this position now too so I figued if they could do it then, it could be done now. I've had a lot of different cars and projects over the years, but I've got more enjoyment and personal satisfaction and a "healthy" distraction from my reality, from this pieced together, ugly little roadster. It's far from being where I'd like to see it at some point but this car finally took it's maiden voyage the other day. That 2 minute, blast down the alley, was the most rewarding thing I've done for a while. There's no major engineering, fabrication or mechanical feats here, nothing super difficult or impressive. BUT.....It's amazing just how much enjoyment a pile of beat up, 80 year old parts can bring. I wanted to say thanks to Clayton (MrmodelT) and Jay (Nosurf) for keeping me encouraged and focused to stay at it to get it a least to this point!