This month in the shop, we have gotten back on the 1969 Dodge Coronet with Mark, Kenny, Don, and Harlan replacing door skins, strengthen up some corners, and getting parts blasted and painted, with more to follow. I know the owner of the car is ready to see the final outcome as this was his father car.
Big Barb, 1939 Packard V-12, has had her primer stripped off and the old wooden taken out. Mark has use the old wood flooring as a template to make the new wood flooring which will look nice once it is all done.
Black Betty, 1937 Chrysler Imperial, is getting closer everyday to getting her nice shiny black coat on and her blood red interior. We shooting for all this to be done around Christmas time.
At the end of September, the red 1937 Chrysler Imperial and 1954 Buick Roadmaster went to the Atlanta Concours d’Elegance and they both got first in their class.
With Hershey going on, Mark and Harlan took an adventure up to Hershey, PA to go on a hunt for Chrysler and Packard parts. So far they have gotten successful with most parts.
Atlanta Concours d’Elegance Pictures: