Scott Gillen's 1932 Ford Roadster
Scott has a creative mind, whether he’s designing cars or houses. His ’32 three window is a work of art and his ‘50 shoebox has a number of subtle changes that have to be studied before you can see them. For a change, this one will be straight forward, a drive everyday work horse. A small block Ford and a 5-speed trans will take him anywhere he wants to go. The powder painted suspension pieces will give him durability from harsh road conditions. Even the paint will be easy to care for, looking like it’s been sitting out for years. The only thing missing is the rock chips on the windshield. Follow the build to see how new looks old.