It was pulled out of the dirt and got running and driving at the farm he got it from.
I wanted a project that would turn heads, so figured a 1957 Chevy would do just that over here in the UK
A sick friend of mine started about 20% of it and couldn’t finish so I talked him into selling it to me so I could let him see it completed.
It used to be a local grocery store delivery truck.
The Guy Barnette Co. was one of Memphis’ “small 4 (Weller Bros., Barnette/Barnett, Comet/Pinner, and Memphis/Economy Coach)” professional car producers that flourished there in the 1940s-1960s.
We often hear of weddings taking place between a man and a woman, but, what do you get when you marry two cabs and a chassis that were never meant to go together? Read on to find out what Eddie did and how he did it. The end […]
I’m sure that you all have heard of Tasmania, right? I mean, it even has an animal named after it. I think I found that animal.
Read on, this very well may be the Tasmanian Devil, so, scroll down and read the article and see the pictures, if you dare!
The car has grown into its current state with many local people watching and seeing the transition. It’s hard to miss now and has a reputation around the car show circle of being very loud and nasty!
I have always loved the shape of the Camaro . The body lines were way ahead of their time .
We see memories.
We see bench seats
and dates riding close.
We see rides in the
back and feeling free.
We see country roads
with the windows down.
We see learning to
drive a stick, learning how to change oil and plugs.
We see a friend.
Yeah, they may see a truck, and they’d be right.
But we see our trucks. And they are beautiful.