He would have a tough time keeping up with us on the highway. I had a good time hanging out as well. :beers:Kids ain't cheap! That's for sure!
Jason, it was really great seeing you and your dad at the BBQ! I would really love it if we could all hang out at a car show. I really liked your dad. Super cool guy! Maybe one of So Cal Novas MFR's? Ultimately, I think you, your dad and I need to plan GGC! THAT would be WAAAAYYYY too much fun!
You may see more than you bargained for......hehehehe!!!if there's no updates to report then maybe i need to plan a trip to Rodger's place and get me some header bolts... so what's been goin' on here lately John ? i mean, sheesh, it's been what, a couple months since the last update ?
Wow, lookin good, I wish my Street Stock dirt car scaled that good. I'll bet it's a pushin fool in left hander's. Perfect for a high horse mota.I'm not even going to get into this discussion because you don't know all the details of the build or what I have done on my own so lets just leave it at that!:sad:
In any case Ironworks is installing the gussets(Hey Jay! I designed them! Does that count?!?) to firm up the front end. One of Rodgers clients wanted to scale his car and was nice enough to let Rodger scale some of the other projects so we got the '66 up on the scale and checked to see how much it weighed so far! Most all of the major components are in the car so I'm guessing with the glass and interior it should add around 300 more pounds!
Scaling the car!
I'm doing it like her!yeah but geeze John, if yer gonna throw the dog a bone at least try ta leave some meat on it will ya ?
i'm SURE ya can give us a "little" bit more of an update can't ya ?