Today marks three years into my 56 Belair rebuild. I purchased an unmolested vehicle that had been in a building for 40 years. Needed everything. Body was taken off the frame, soda blasted and many panels had to be replaced. A lot has been done but, a lot more to do.
The car when I bought it only had one keystone Classic wheel. The rest are all junk. I have a set of original 15 inch wheel already powder coated and original hubcaps. I need to replace one, due to some curb scratches. The rest are perfect. Now my project must go on the back burner so I can accomplish other projects. It is this way each year. I will still get a few hours of work in here and there.
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