This former East Gwillumbury 1950 Ford COE Firetruck gets a new lease on life thanks to a 7.3L Powerstroke, air ride, and custom fabrication.
Toronto Hot Rod Kulture kicked of their 2022 season with another great event that just so happened to fall on Father's Day.
PROJECT WHY WAIT
Project Why Wait comes back from paint looking cleaner than a whistle and Proform Parts also adds some function underhood with their 1-2-3 radiator setup.
With Cerakote ceramic coating care of Ajax Ontario's Red Tower Armoury the back half of Project Why Wait gets its final look.
If wheels and a drop define what isn't a build then what defines what does. Is it dollars spent, hours spent, or some measure of custom fabrication?
Though it is often depicted as such building a car isn't easy. But the beauty in that struggle comes with knowing more at the end than you did when you began.