Whether this turns out looking good or bad it will be different. I've got to make it stronger and more flowing where I grafted on an Overland front end. I've got it lowered the same front and back and got the steering figured out. I need to take a little out of the frame so the rear end will match up. Then I can take it all back apart and sand, paint and rebuild everything. I can roll it around now anyhow.
How about some pictures of the Hudson?
OK I'll have to take some tomorrow when it's light.
Looks like an interesting build to be sure. Can't wait to see more progress.
I always like a shop that has good ventilation and a few plants for plenty of oxygen. Scott
I spy a brass T peaking out of the garage!
I worked on taking apart some steering columns today. Also here are some pictures of the Hudson a day late and the brass T that was peeking out the garage.
You've got a cool cat there, inspecting your work
Does the Hudson have hydraulic power windows, or what's the reservoir with a pump on the firewall?
It's a Marvel Mystery Oil inverse oiler, I think is what you call it. Anyway you fill it up with MMO and it sucks it into the intake manifold. You can adjust how much it adds.