Bet you've never seen one of these done up before. Here is my first car. I got it from my dad at age 14. Seven years later, I'm finally getting aroun... Show mored to it. Plans have changed, but I think I'm finally set in my current plans... for now. My reason for getting started on this project was when a set of 18/20" Boyd Magneato's were sent to my buddy's shop. The sizes were meant for my car, being 20x10" rears, and a Ford pattern, it had to happen. I've decided that in order to keep costs down, I'll do these trick wheels, but the rest of the car will get the now popular "patina" look. This is perfect since well... the car still wears its original paint. Not perfect, but natural. So plans call for slamming this thing to the ground, Mexican blanket seatcovers, and a perfectly detailed underhood area. I've already got a healthy 390 built and ready to install, with 3 Holley 94's. Right now the front end is completely apart, and awaiting detail. This way, once patina is no longer the big thing (and I get some more money), I can finish the bodywork outside and have a mint car.
Finally got it on the ground with the new wheels. I'll add pics and text later. Show Less