With the 2005 Road Tour just wrapping up, the buildup of the 2006 car is well on its way. This year, Boyd Coddington and his crew are building the car--an Outlaw-bodied '34 Chevy--that should turn a few heads among all those Fords out there. The chassis was put together over at the Roadster Shop in Elgin, Illinois, using Heidt's suspension products and shipped out to Boyd's in La Habra, California, where it was mated for the first time to the Outlaw body. From there, it was a matter of fitting the fenders, running boards, and grille, and sending the car out to get the exhaust and hood built. The coupe is running a small-block Chevy with a Ram Jet PFI induction and is backed by a 200-R4 that should be perfect for those long highway miles. The car just came back from Marcel's Custom Metal where Marc DeLey worked his magic and built the aluminum hood and hood sides in less than two days. The car will soon be blown apart for paint and then final assembly. We'll keep you posted, but until then, check out the progress so far.