I wonder if that T-Bird had a bubble top? Hard to see from the angle the picture was taken.That could be the Malden Armory or possibly the Commonwealth Armory in Boston.Not too many custom 55-57 T-Birds around then;the only ones I can remember are Bob Champagne's orchid 57 and a 55 that had the tops of the rear fenders rounded off.Got a pic of that one at the Flywheels(Braintree)auto show at Tedeschi's Market in 62 or 63.Damn! I wish my computer would let me post pics! EDIT:Just noticed the 3 pics at the bottom of the last pic. The T belonged to Vito Venuti and was also at the Sears car show.Originally started by Ken Frederick,Vito bought it and did a great job finishing it.That was fun to stripe as it was completely assembled when striped.A quick story about that one: I was up at the small Dunkin' Donuts shop near Main St. in Saugus one very cold February day when Vito and Sally came rolling into the parking lot in the T.They get out and are only dressed in what could be described as summer clothes.When I asked him about it he took me over to the car to show me the HEATER and side curtains he'd just installed.The side curtains were barely visible and the little heater(not sure what it came out of)would literally drive them out of the car! Even though it was very low,he would drive it just about anywhere.