DSO Frank (affectionately know as Fritz) has been hard at work for over a year on his 1935 Ford truck he is building from a kit.
A major milestone was reached this past week when he took it to be inspected to make sure it was legal to drive. They checked lights, brakes, directionals, etc. to be sure everything worked properly. I am happy to say (and he is even happier) he passed with flying colors. Because of passing the inspection, he was able to get it titled and apply for his license plate.
He is now legal to drive 😁 I went for a quick test drive months ago . . . when it didn't even have a windshield. This time the ride was much more comfortable with windows . . . and a heater that works well. However, the car is L.O.U.D. I guess it's a guy thing!
He even has vintage dice hanging from the rear view mirror.
There is much more work to do. Once he is certain everything is working as it should, he will have to disassemble it in order to paint it. The goal is to drive it to Massachusetts in June when the company that manufactures the kits is having their 25th anniversary celebration (which is actually year 26 due to last year's Covid cancellation).
Numbers 5, 8 and 10 are especially true with Miss Molly.
I don't bite . . . unless it's called for. Audrey Hepburn
Started to clean my closest . . . that created a whole other mess . . . I stopped. (Isn't that the God's truth?)
Motivation . . . devotion . . . and showering . . . all recommended daily.
Thanks so much for stopping by.
Pug hugs 😊
Pug hugs 😊