I couldn’t work in the computer generation and always had an interest in older trucks. My Pop shared the same interest. He is the one who told me that this was the truck for us to work on. He will be 80 this year and still loves to help me work on the “Ol’ Girl”
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.
It’s been a long road so far and I’m not sure when it will be done but I love every second of it. My son’s have learned a lot as will as myself. This project is about time with family the car is just a by product. It will probably never be 100% done and I’m OK with that.
As you’re planning your trip, revisit your auto insurance to check for any adjustments you may need to make. Plans are always changing, so ensure that your plan is up to date, and know what your policy covers in the event of an accident.
I wanted to do this project with the family to get my kids involved in the car scene
It was my Fathers, Grandfathers and Great-Grandfathers truck and was used as a lot truck when my Great-Grandfather had it. It would haul or tow anything they put on, or behind it. It wasn’t fast, but it had the power.
I have always loved the shape of the Camaro . The body lines were way ahead of their time .
Every car show it has kids climbing on it to get pictures.
I have a big spider and a fake severed hand in a hand cuff that I hang off of it at the shows.
Let’s start this new year off right, let’s start telling the stories again and get some new material.
Let me help you understand why, seeking to never be responsible as a leader, is far from what God has had in store for you and for men in general.