Had only my 9 year old girl and her friend to help me. It was crazy to have this 2 ton beast lurching around every time I hit the brakes. My girl decided that this will be her car when she starts to drive, and I’m cool with that. She helps me when I work on it.
Cooper is 15 years old. He loves cars/trucks from the 50’s, 60’s and 70’s. He’s not scared to get his hands dirty.
A sleek little black Studebaker Lark caught my eye in West Virginia. Bought her and drove her home through a blinding rainstorm, didn’t even leak, but boy those old wipers got a workout!
I remember when I was 13 or so he was going to get rid of it, but I asked him to save it for me
Luckily my father had me under cars since I was little fixing stuff has been a major help. But as I get older it’s a bit harder to do the things I want to do with it. So few things are contracted to mechanics.
This bike belonged to a good friend who died from cancer 6 years ago. When I bought it from the family it was completely stock and needing lots of TLC.
I started this project with my dad when I was 14.
I’m currently 21 and close to graduating from college with a degree in electrical engineering.
I’ve been building cars and trucks since I was old enough to drive. They aren’t perfect, but I build them with my own two hands from the ground up.
It was pulled out of the dirt and got running and driving at the farm he got it from.
The original paint still shines nicely, showing just a bit of patina in a couple places. The interior is still all original: door panels, seat upholstery, headliner, dash and paint all nicely preserved.