are the second owners of their 1966 Ford Thunderbird. It is a 2-door coupe with a 390 CID
V8 and automatic transmission. Except for the color change to
pink, it is an all original, matching numbers vehicle.
They have a 1948 Dodge Wayfaire 2-door coupe in mint green. The
body has been channeled, bob-tailed and sectioned and has a pancake
hood. It also has a v'ed windshield, molded taillights and a 50
home built grill. The car has a one PC power windows, a Simplicity
wiper system and all of the interior except the headliner was done by
Cal's Custom Interiors. It also has a one of a kind drivetrain.
Their 1958 Lloyd Pro Street 1600 wagon is painted in 1977 Corvette
Yellow. It has a home-built full tube chassis, a pro street Fiat
front end, 6 point cage, a 350 HP 327 V8 with automatic transmission, a
9" Ford rear and suicide doors.
Jack and Char bought a 1955 Chevy 210 wagon 2 days before they they
left for Florida. They plan to start working on it when they
return in May 2010. It is a green, numbers matching 4 door wagon
that Jack did for a customer about 10 years ago. He bought all new
parts such as chrome and tires and covered the car in his garage, never
to put it together. They are undecided if to leave it as is or
make it a hot rod it. Time and thought will tell.