Greg and Gail Wilson’s “Driftwood” is this week’s Meguiar’s Ride of The Week!
This 1929 Ford Woodie resides in Louisville, KY and is the result of a life long dream to build a car to go to Detroit’s Autorama to qualify for the BASF Great 8 which it did in 2020. The name “Driftwood” came from the name of the hotel where they stayed on their honeymoon.
Hercules Motor Car Company out of Tampa, FL was tasked with the build along with Brad Starks Rod and Custom located in Paducah, KY. The plating project went to the staff at Dan’s Polishing and Chrome.
The finer points of “Driftwood:”
- One off hand crafted 1929 hard maple pickup
- 1949 Ford Flathead built by Miles Machine Shop in Louisville, KY
- Custom leather interior by The Recovery Room in Omaha, NE
- Coated with Axalta Sunset Bronze & Cared for with Meguiar’s Products
- Lengthened chassis
- Stretched running boards
- 1934 Ford bumpers
- Bear Claw door latches
- 2” Polished Stainless Steel Exhaust with Fenton Headers
- Classic Instrument gauge cluster refurbished with beaches and palm trees
- Custom gas and brake pedals
- 1932 Plymouth Dash
- Winters Quick Change Rear End
- Custom built surf board in the bed
- 1932 Chevy hood sides
- Dayton Wire Wheels and with shaved Diamond Back Whitewalls
Always a pleasure to see the Kentucky crew at the events! Thanks for sharing your ride with us! Interested in showing your vehicle at a World of Wheels or Autorama in 2022? Please visit www.autorama.com! For more information about the great line of Meguiar’s Car Care Products, please visit www.meguiars.com!