Attached is 144XXX which will debut at its first show in Ohio this weekend. Not a fully finished project yet, but would like to thank the many good folks who lent craft, technical and historic support. I especially want to thank Snyders and Chaffins for the commercial components, as well as Elizabeth Estep, who fabricated this top to my specs.
Ross Lilliker did the motor/trans, with custom fabbed Clamshell rearend by owner. Rewooded body is by Fisher, with top install and full leather upholstery by owner. Extra slippery urethane paint and pinstripes are by Boitnott's Customs.
Wow Scott, looks great! Congratulations on the completion of a great project.
Scott -- Beautiful car!! Good luck at the car show.
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They sure don't come any sharper looking than that.
Nice picture of a really nice car!
This would make a very nice profile picture....just a suggestion, FWIW.
Scott - Where's the show? Might come and see.
What a magnificent car. Now is the time to enjoy your achievement.
Spectacular! Get your trophies while it's still perfect, and then start touring with it. That car will enhance any tour you take it on!
That is one pretty car. Looks fantastic!
Very nice, Wow!
Thank you Gentlemen:
Very happy to get this one back on the road. Car show is in Sbaronville Dave...about 20 minutes out of downtown Cincy...stop by a say a Howdy if you can make it.
Very nice work Very good looking car. Cheers Colin
Nice Work Scott! Glad to hear Sheila is able to drive one of the T's to the show.
It brings a tear to my eye. I feel like our Senior is finally going to the prom. I'm so excited...
In all seriousness, you have done magnificent work.
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Its nice to have a car that others can measure against.
If you know Scott,and I do,you would know what a perfectionist he is NO Shortcuts Here!
Don & Suzanne
It's a splendid car, Scott. Congratulations.
Many thanks again for these kind words guys. Keith and Royce spent a good bit of their valuable time, working out the dimensional details for this top, and that effort paid out large. Classtique did not have a standard 12 Touring top format previous to this project and it was this research that made this very credible facsimile happen. As anyone here who has put up a building will agree, you can make a dimensional error on your foundation, and you may find yourself fighting that mistake all the way up to the roof. I have had that experience so am sincerely grateful to have avoided the same here. Thanks to Kim Dobbins, whose time capsual 12 serves as the irrefutable model. How fortunate for all that this relic remains preserved as it rolled out of Dearborn 103 years ago.