I watched the ad on Craigslist for about a month. Couldn't stand it anymore and had to have it. 1st pic is the day we rolled it in the shop. Mostly complete. Missing only the engine, radiator and shell. Doors and latches worked, still had glass in it and the side windows rolled up and down. I had it sandblasted first. I put in a few patch panels. I built a new frame and suspension, installed a SBC and 700r4. 15 months later, I ended up with the black primer and red wheels version. I was going to work the bugs out of it before disassembly for paint. Well, 3+ years and 15K miles of duty as my daily driver later, I finally decided to paint it. I'm retired and I figured I could knock it out in a couple weeks. HAH! Almost 3 months later, I had a shiny a Washington blue with black fenders 1926 T coupe. Painted by me in my shop with all the dust, bugs and dog hair from the 2 Lab mutts that live there, the paint job looks great (from 20 feet, LOL). This car is, and will remain my daily driver, so I wasn't really worried about a perfect show car paint job. The car club Friday lunch guys loved it. They thought it had clear on it. I liked that. It's just acrylic enamel with hardener buffed up real good. The 1935 Ford Washington blue was inspired by the recent Washington blue thread here on the HAMB. All along it was always going to be black all over until I read that thread. I love this blue. In the shade it looks black. It takes a while to figure out it's really blue. Love it. All in all I'm happy with the results, but I am pretty much a hotrod guy and I kind of feel like I knocked the ""hotrod" off of it, entering into the "street rod" area. I like the Wimbledon white wheels, but I think that is what knocks the "hotrod" off of it. Got it done just in time for the Bunker Hill nostalgia drags this weekend. Always a good time. This week is the wife and I's 40th anniversary. Monday we are leaving on a 1050 mile round trip to Sault Ste. Marie via the east shore of Lake Michigan through Manistee. We're taking the "T". It's reliable as hell. Should make a good trip to put the first nicks in the paint and get it over with. Hope you like my "T". Bottom pic shows the hair contribution to the paint job.