Bob Kirchner sent in this photo of his ’37 Hudson Terraplane Sedan. He saw pictures of it on eBay and wanted something other than a Ford or Chevy. The previous owner had started the build, and it has all of the original sheetmetal. The drivetrain is an ’85 Ford 302 with an AOD tranny and a Ford 8-inch rearend. The interior is out of a Dodge Caravan and Kirchner rewired it with an American Autowire Power Plus system. Future plans call for a Heidts Mustang II suspension, a banjo-style steering wheel, a two-tone paintjob, and to keep the exterior as stock looking as possible.

Larry Grimes built this 40 Chevy sedan with and for his dad, and its been done for a couple of years now. He says it has all the zoo-zoos and wow-wows, including a Mustang II frontend and air conditioning.

This is Russ Shewards 31 Ford rat rod project hes building in his garage. It has a 500-inch Caddy motor, a TH400 transmission, and a 12-bolt Chevy rear (with 3.55:1 Posi). The body was channeled 6 inches in front and 4 inches in the rear. A 39 Ford frontend was installed, and the car is set up on a 0.125-inch wall frame that is kicked 14 inches in the rear and 4 inches up front.

The ’27 roadster pickup was built with parts from the 40, including the straight-six engine, transmission, rearend, brakes, and other stuff. What parts he couldn’t find he got from Speedway and eBay. A true “low buck” car, Grimes says he spent less than $5,000 on the T.

Dave Gagnaux, who lives in Delta, British Columbia, Canada, sent photos of his ’33 Ford four-door sedan that was chopped 3 inches, shortened, and a few other mods that were done by the previous owner who didn’t complete it. It is in the upholstery shop getting the headliner done and then back home to add the trim. It has a V-6 Caddy engine, TH400 trans, disc brakes all around, and a stainless steel exhaust. The rear of the car resembles a “hot tub” (his granddaughter’s term) and he hopes to have it on the road within a month or so.