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From Fire Truck To Hot Rod Hiboy - J.R. Gavic April 15, 2013 - Never let someone tell you that a sweet ride can't be built out of a huge 1937 Ford firetruck!
My name is Opie and I collect Muscle Cars. I prefer unusual cars and I’m not loyal to any brand. We have now out grown the garage space and in the process of building a larger one sometime soon. We now have 12 collector cars in our collection and I’m married to a car gal.
“Wow “Check This One Out. For My Man Cave. Just competed 3-15-13 Polly gas/ beer pump
My Buddie , "Booger" checking my work on the 32 in Franklin county Virgina.   We think hot Rod Hot Line is great ! Keep up the good work ....  Thanks Ron Guertin
Here's shot for you. Our 32 Austin American roadster Bonneville and El Mirage record holder. Our 1939 which my father bought in 1943 and I restored in 2000. and our 91 Heritage with  65  HD dresser fairing............Out of the pictue is our restored 56 Victoria................J.D. & Jean Tone of Fountain Valley
Greg Lane here. Just wanted to show you a few pictures of my 1941 Willys Coupe I’m building for the street. Most of the Willys you see are straight axle Gassers or full blown Pro Street customs, but this one is going to be different than all the others.
Greg Lane here from Greg’s Restoration / The Polish Shop in Central City Iowa.  I wanted to show you my latest build.. It is a 1934 Ford Sedan Y. Body make by Gibbons Fiberglass. It is pretty much an Anglia Sedan with a 1934 Ford Front End.