So, on Monday of this week I told you about my weekend, traveling to the Joplin area to shoot Ryno's 61 Ford pickup, and then off to Aaron's Fast AL's Upholstery on the way home for a bit of a visit. Yesterday I shared some photos of the visit to Fast AL's, here are some of the time spent at Ryno Built.
At first I wasn't sure if Ryno had some secrets he wasn't telling but no this is just the lace used to get all of the kool lacework in the paint job of the truck...
Some TrueSpoke Supremes on a 1931 Studebaker President Sedan, info on the build can be found here.
With the frame nearing completion, the Stude body has been placed so the floor supports can be build and some other items fabbed.
Looks to be the beginnings of a healthy ride.
Floor supports in place.
A 4 door Stude is not your normal idea of a hot rod, but this is not your normal hot rod shop.
Next time I'll get a bunch more photos of the wagon that is being built for Mrs. Ryno. For now for info on the 60 Chevrolet Kingswood Wagon that Ryno is building for his wife, click here.
For more info on Ryno Built you can contact him on Facebook. Hire him to build you something safe, kool and fast. For the last visit to Ryno Built click here.
See you at a show,