Friday, March 9, 2018

Rare glimpse into automobile restoration perfection

Life is full of twists and turns and I have to say if your of the right mind and the good Lord favors you,  you can come upon the most amazing things!

recent travels...

It all started out with the common trek to some airport in some city.  This time after a few canceled flights (That's YOU Delta!) I trekked through MSP and wow.. not the usual ORD piano player here! 

Look at the door handles and the sweep back to the tail fin.... This is art taken from the clay, hammered into sheet metal without a solid model by REAL craftsmen!

This Galaxie is AMAZING

Buckle up!

Yup, it's still wintery but hold on... what's that Hemi Dodge doing over there?

One of my friends fromlong ao had a K5 Blazer based on the '72.  This frame off is unlike anything I've had the good fortune to see.

This is the underside of the C-10 and it's better then new(I Mean I was a GM engineer... it's better than brand new all these years later)

Thunderbird valve covers on the Galaxie

A '57 Chevy 2-door with the rare dual air set up.

Oh my... what a trip back intime!

A '57 Chevy with factory fuel injection.... Ponder that for a bit...

My first car was a Pontiac. This is a beautiful car!

Another GTO

When I was a child my dad always bought Chevy's.  This is the dash of the '63 Impala.  I remember riding in the middle, and watching traffic go by across the UP on the road trips!  Memories!

A super F-1.  I hope my '47 Studebaker turns our half as good.

Private collection and what a treat!


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