The Ingram's, Joe and Lisa, are our "long distance" members, living in the far western portion of Marion county. Like all of us, they are very active in the club and coordinate our "In Season" cruises. Very active in the car hobby, they can proudly say that they built better than 90% of their bright red 1934 Ford 3-window original steel coupe themselves. "They" is a key word here as Lisa can take credit for the interior and a whooping bunch of sanding, holding and who knows what. And, that Ford gets driven, too - long distance around the country. Oh, sure, Joe has had his hands all over that project, too! It's one to be proud of.
Joe & Lisa's Pride - Their "Home Built" '34 Ford
Lisa's 'Stang. A Convertable no less!
Lisa's burgandy (bergundy) Mustang convertable which gets to see the odometer go around, too. Check out those spotlights they hung on the upper windshield! Neat! (Actually, those are the neighbor's mail boxes - hopefully! More about this car later, but we understand that this is the car that Lisa's Dad "would not let her have as a teenager because it would 'only get her into trouble' ", or so he thought!
The "Filler" 1950 Ford F-1
1950 "Henry" F-1
Joe says "no real story here". "Bought it right and had fun (driving it) 'till the /34 was close enough to being done" and then it was sacrificed for funds to "finish" the '34.... Nice Ride! Steered like every other F-1!