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Ron Newman's 1967 Chevrolet C-10 short bed pickup. I did all the work in my home garage, including the wiring and paint work. I chopped the roof 3", built a tilt nose(electric), installed a Chisom front independent front suspension. It has a 1996 Corvette LT-1 engine which is fuel injected, a 4L60 4-speed automatic trans, and a 12 bolt rear with 3:73 gears.
The car is a ’58 Chevy Bel Air. Jim had a ’58 Chevy Impala when we were married in 1962. In 2006, after being involved with various hot rods, we decided it would be great if we could find a ’58 Chevy. We mentioned it to a friend who had a car collection and he said he had this ’58 Bel Air hardtop.
Here are a few pics of my 1934 Ford coupe. I have owned it for the past five years, but didn't build it. The trailer wasn't with it, I added it a couple of years ago. The engine is a 305 Chevy with a mild cam, automatic transmission and Ford ten bolt rear end. I take it to "Crusin The Coast", on the Mississippi gulf coast every year.
1947 Nash 600 Super Brougham. My wife and I bought this for Father's Day after my retirement . It has the original except for the paint. It has 82,400 miles on it. The car wasn't running good enough where I could drive it any long distances, but after 2 months, I got it to run short distances and was able to make a local car show and won 1st in my class.
This cool blue 1967 C-10 Chevrolet Truck belongs to Donnie Archibald from Texas. He purchased the truck for himself as a retirement gift after dedicating 35 years to the Houston Fire Department. 
Words: Roger A. Jetter Photos: Roger Jetter and Dan Jetter
Here is my 1973 Nova Hatchback that I have owned for 11 years. Last year I had a major medical issues (perforated colon) that put me off of work for 2 months during the summer. As I was laying in bed adjusting to life with a colostomy bag, I was feeling sorry for myself.
I want to show you what I have been working on for the past 5 years. First my 1970 Nova (Cloned) SS and recently finished its older brother, a 1935 Chevy Std. Coupe. Both have a 350 bored out .030 thousands making it a great 355. Rebuilt both engines and drive trains. Both pushing out 375 horsepower. Paint on the 1970 Nova is only 2 years old and never seen rain.
Check out Ralph Williams' 1950 Plymouth 350 ZZ4 Fatman Mustang II. From Ralph: