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Bill Clay's 1955 Thunderbird Build - Part II
 
Bill Clay's 1955 T-bird is being built as a daily driver. Bill commented: "Honestly the car is being built as a daily driver for Debb, she drives 2 miles each way to her job as a teacher, so I guess I'll probably be forced to drive it occasionally just to "blow it out"." Jake Maring, neighbor, friend and shop owner is providing the experience for this build. The new images showcase Clay's Roush powerplant and AME Chassis setup. Click on the link above to go directly to the new images.
   

Bill Clay's 1955 Thunderbird Build
 
Bill Clay bought this 1955 T-bird with just over 48,000 miles on the odometer from the original owner over 20 years ago. He intended to restore it when the project got started four years ago, but as these things do a Roush engine and an Art Morrison chassis soon entered the picture. Bill kindly sent in a lot of pictures so follow along as we profile another excellent project here at artmorrison.com. Click on the link above to go directly to this weeks feature.
   

AME Watch Caps Now Available
 
Knit Watch Caps in either grey or black, complete with the Art Morrison logo are now available in the AME Store. Click on the link above to go directly to the apparel section.
   

artmorrison.com is Moving To A New Server
 
Thanks to your loyal support, and desire for more power and features, (and a new site design coming SOON!) artmorrison.com has moved the website to a new dedicated server. The new home for artmorrison.com is hosted by the largest Internet Service Provider in the world, and is much quicker, bigger, and faster. We're still making some final changes and updates. Thanks to all of you for your support of Art Morrison Enterprises.
   

Doc & Elsie Kinney's 1937 Chevy Coupe - Finalist For 2009 Street Rod of The Year. Vote Now!
 
Doc & Elsie Kinney's 1937 Chevy Coupe is a finalist For 2009 Street Rod of The Year by Street Rodder Magazine. You can help Doc & Elsie by voting on Street Rodder Magazine's website. Click on the link above for pictures of their amazing ride, and information on how to vote.