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Progress is being made on Lindsey Wade’s Coupe. I’ll post some detailed photos here on the blog soon, but for now here’s a “dog’s eye view” shot of the car on the ground:
The parts for the Ernst Roadster are steadily coming back into the shop from paint, chrome, and beyond. Things have been moving so quickly, it’s been hard for me to stop and take too many photos, but I do have … Continue reading
Stephen Hibbs of Squaresville Studios made these videos of me working on the chassis for the Wade Coupe and also managed to get most of the process of chopping the top as well. I think he did a great job … Continue reading
Ettiene from Powerglide Magazine in France sent me a couple of copies of the new issue that has a feature on my coupe. It’s written in French, so I can’t read it…but I’m very impressed with the layout and feature. I … Continue reading
One of the quirky things about my shop is that there’s only one door. The building was built in 1936 and used as part of a munitions plant during WW2….later it was split into the arrangement we have now with … Continue reading
Lindsey and I took my Model A Coupe out to lunch a couple of days ago, and Stephen Hibbs happened to be here with a camera. There really is nothing quite like terrorizing the neighborhood in a hot rod…I highly … Continue reading