Some of you know I found an old Survivor model A roadster from the St Louis area a while back. My wife and I have been driving the wheels off this car. It’s so much fun. The problem was it was needing some love and tlc. The car was built in 56 and ran at the local STL tracks. It was resurrected in the 90’s and got a new lease on life. I picked the car up and the DP primer that was sprayed in the 90’s was flat and showing it’s age. Second gear was missing some teeth but we drove it anyway. We logged about 4K miles this summer going from first to third. The interior was sort of a harvest gold and reminded me of my mom’s barstools from the 70’s. It looked sort of homemade. The old Strombergs were leaking so bad that people would pull up beside me and tell me that they were puking fuel. We didn’t want to stop driving the car, so we waited until the heat of the summer when it wasn’t any fun to drive. When it reached 100 F we started tearing into it.