Just found this on the web. Condolences to the family and friends.
John, already being discussed in another thread. Probably a T-bucket street rod.
I have to wonder what was the road condition at the time. Was it a gravel/dirt road? Was the surface damp or have sand on it. Was their speed to high?
Thanks Dick. Grateful it wasn't missed.
God Bless their souls.
"It was a bucket roadster," Forney said. "It had no doors, you had to crawl in it, and was a two-seater."
That's a quote from the lancaster online article
Very sad news. I did a little looking around on Facebook, and found this photo of Mr. Cramer and a couple of his cars. It does appear that the car was probably a T bucket.
Erik, you had me worried until I saw the word "bucket"underneath your pic. There is a way to avoid this. When you upload your photo and just before you post, put a space between your own last bit of text and the little bit of added text that is created by the photo upload. It will keep all your words together above the photo.
Looked OK to me. All words above pic.
Oh? Must be my computer. Sorry then.
Dave, same on mine. Could be the browser but, as you say, a hard return or two would eliminate the problem for everyone.
Thanks for the advice. I do everything from my phone, and all the words are above the photo. I'll hit the return button a couple of times in the future for good measure.