Hi all Thought I would share some photos of an old rod that I owned back in the early 80s. I would love to know if Aussie Hot Rodders have seen this car since I sold it in 1986. The car was built by Bill Harrison, a member of the Romans Hot Rod Club (Bill is still Hot Rodding and Still a Romans member) and finished about 1965. The car was one of the top show cars of its time. It ran a fully polished flathead, heavy body mods and a narrowed single spinner dash. The car was featured in Australian Hot Rodding Review magazine, I think it was the January 1966 edition. Bill once lent me a copy of this magazine, but I have never been able to obtain a copy for myself. It was also the feature of an article in the Sydney Morning Herald Newspaper in June 1965 (click on attached link) http://news.google.com/newspapers?n...ZAyAAAAIBAJ&sjid=l-YDAAAAIBAJ&pg=4034,1674459 I bought the car in 1984, when I was just 13. The car was complete accept for the flathead which had been replaced with a 289 windsor. It still had all the nerf bars, driving lights etc and the body work had held up perfectly. I sold the car in about 1986 to by a 1939 Ford sedan that was finished and on the road. I didn't have the funds or ability to rebuild the car at that time. When I advertised the car for sale, Bill Harrison actually came out to look at it and was amazed to see it again after all those years. I have tried several times to track the car down, but have never seen it since. I sold the car to a Darren Lawler who lived in Broken Hill NSW. Ieven visited Broken Hill, but nobody had heard of him or remembered the car. I am sure this car would have been rebuilt as a more modern Hot Rod, however should be easy to spot as the rear window had been replaced by one from an FJ Holden and I doubt that it would have been changed back to original. Has any one seen it or have more info?