In one of my first meetings with Christy, he tried to talk me out of running a dropped axle and to put independent suspension on my 5W coupe. In trying to persuade me, we drove down to Ed Murrays garage and picked up Steve Osgoods Corvair suspended 37 Ford for a ride. A hundred mph trip down the road to the old Nike Missile site was thrilling in this 37 Ford Coupe (with Chris,my wife and me jammed in the front seat) , but was not enough to sway me from my dropped axle. Here I was, building my first real Hot Rod, and I was amazed at the cars parked in Ed Murrays garage (and I had driven by his house a hundred times and had no idea what was parked inside). Along with Steves 37 was Eds chopped 34 Sedan delivery ( with a blown SB Chevy), and Eds blown 31 Roadster on Deuce rails (which was Richie Willets old yellow car). I felt like I had died and gone to heaven. The 37 is still alive and well today and belongs to Rick McGarvey (although the Corvair front end has since been replaced with a Mustang II).