Not sure why i love these things, but i find them fascinating. I had to turn the volume down to watch because unfortunately the person taking the vid annoyed the hell out of me.
If the camera guy could have only got closer to the vehicle, we could have
been able to make out exactly nothing of his fine work ! WTF ? BACK UP
and show the subject !!!
I love commercial vehicles of any type. Just such a unique twist to ordinary
vehicles. Would be nice if the guy showed it off. The detail shots of the pave-
ment around the truck were a nice touch.
Idiot. Liked the vehicle though.
Burger, I think the guy was more impressed with himself and his knowledge of old cars, than he was with the production value of his video.
I silenced the vid before it started (upon your advice), so I missed that additional skill set.
Do they have the F*** word in Canada?
Probably a transplant from Jersey.
Oh well, beautiful vehicle though......Eh?
Good camera, bad video.
He'said fascinated with trains too. Good thing there were no squirrels in the area.
What's up with everybody making themselves at home and opening the doors and such? I don't touch anyone's car at a show, restored or not.
Yes, the fellow is overcome by enthusiasm for better or worse.
I think the cowl is from a centerdoor and it is a low hood and radiator. The "1924" may be a mistake or perhaps when the body was made for it.
Truly fun to see in spite of the optional shop language.
Thanks for guiding us there.
Interesting name on the door. Suppose it could be worse and Say "Reaper".