Revival Meeting
Reminisce|October/November 2017

Careful rebuild brings back cool memories— but without air conditioning.

Bouldin Frantz

When I was in college, I owned a car like this. I have asked myself over and over why I got rid of it, and have concluded that I was just too dumb to appreciate what I had. My son, who got tired of hearing me bellyache about it, found this one in Ohio. Our off-the-frame restoration took four years; we finished last year.

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