In the early 70’s while recovering from wrist surgeries (too much block sanding) and unable to dirt bike, I realized that ‘Street Rodding’ was the new ‘Hot Rodding’. I purchased the Ex Bob Tabor, 32 Roadster, joined the Boston Area Roadsters and was involved until Billet & Bling took over the scene.
I left the day job circa 1980, been here full time since. By late 1980’s I had cut back the modern salvage & towing (hey, it’s in my back yard!!). By the 1990’s was pretty much a Model A – early Ford sales & service operation.
So why AmericanBoyRacer.com? Over time many things change – sometimes for the better, sometimes not. One thing that is better for us is the quality of the parts we need and use – no, not “Crate motors” and power window set-ups, but the old stand-by parts that every boy racer wanted – and still does. An extra Stromberg carb for his V-8 or a special cylinder head for his four-banger and not just the glory parts, but also the traditional hardware, knick-knacks and knowledge to spread the gospel – so that boy racers out there can drive the lifestyle instead of just wearing it!
Since my first car my goal has been to do all the work on a project – that’s the way it was back when there were few rod or restoration shops around. I still encourage that. I can help your project with equipment and knowledge that YOU may not have.
I can assist you with most all repair needs.
Specializing in 'Traditional' FORD automobiles. I have the expertise and years of experience to assist you with your 'TRADITIONAL' Ford.
I very much look forward to your business!