You have a Sharpie marker,no paper and a Chevy 56, what do you? You start experimenting in a corner and after a while you realize there is no room left to draw under the hood. This is the story of Jim Thompsen and the result is quite astonishing.
It is not always always easy to track prices on the used car market. It is even more obvious with collection cars where every details can make a huge difference on the final price and the owner always try to get more than what the market can bear.
This Ford 1941 is a typical example and the $26,000 price tag reflects the emotion of the owner who had this car since the mid 60s.
What do you think about commuting every day to work with this slightly modified Ford T? That’s what this creative mechanic does every day in western Colorado, a region where it fortunately does not rain too often. He also admitted on the side that driving this car avoided him to have additional car payments. Nothing wrong with that.
Some can push their love for their car to the highest degree. For example, this youg talented mechanic of Plainview, NY and her 1951 Ford, using her body to keep an indelebile track of her love for cams and gears.