For those that like pictures: http://www.bunchobikes.com/modela1.htm
Started with a man named Bill Schultz. Schultz & Glenn '71 Championship car
]Over The Hill Gang Championship Car
]In N Out Funnycar 1
]In N Out Funny Car 2
Yes, that is a pristine, "barn find" numbers matching, Impala convertible next to the Tudor. No, he won't sell it. I tried. He's giving it to his "kids" as he doesn't think he will ever get to it. He also has me working on his '40 Ford Coupe so he can give it to them also, along with a handful of other cars.
So, Bill has a nice, dropped, flathead Model A frame to put his Tudor body on. So he gave me this stock frame. He also gave me this V6, I think was built by Bill or Mike Demarest, Groundshakers AA/FA, 15 oz. Coupe, El Monte, Ca. boys who did a ton of drag racing in the late 60', early 70's and built Bonneville cars. Either way, this little six was built for boost, so why not stick a blower on it.
Now, this isn't the first Model A I've had, nor the first 30's car I've had. But this one definitely won't get sold to feed the kids or put shoes on their feet. This one is a keeper!
Blower motor shot. Which was kicked off by the motor mount discussion in the HiPo Shop Forum. http://www.bunchobikes.com/modela325.jpg
Just thought I'd share. Yeah, I haven't done much with the Suburban lately. Gotta get the '40 out of my "paint booth" because that is next for it. Gonna finally put some color on it.
Am I rambling?