Jeff

Author's details

Name: Jeff Brekke
Date registered: February 21, 2012
URL: https://www.lloydsautorestorations.com

Latest posts

  1. 1925 Rolls Royce Piccadilly Roadster — September 27, 2017
  2. 1966 Shelby GT350 — April 19, 2016
  3. Dad and Mom’s 31 Pickup project — April 23, 2015
  4. 1966 Shelby GT350 — March 4, 2014

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Sep 27

1925 Rolls Royce Piccadilly Roadster

Filler primer applied

     United States Rolls Royce history: Charles Rolls recognized early that the American market was critical to Roll-Royce’s long term success.  Sir Charles first traveled to the United States in 1906, participating in multiple races and setting up an automobile import company in Manhattan.  Thereafter, Claude Johnson, often said to be “the hyphen” in …

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Apr 19

1966 Shelby GT350

This 1966 GT350 Shelby is number S1066. The goal for this project is to take it back to its beginnings as an Ivy Green K-code screamer.  This Shelby started in the United States but its life was spent in South America tearing up race courses.  Originally shipped to Autos Lima Tambo, a Lincoln Mercury dealer, …

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Apr 23

Dad and Mom’s 31 Pickup project

On display at Gator Nationals 2016

 In 1958 or so Dad found, while in the United States Air Force in New Hampshire, a 1932 Ford pickup that he just had to have. He made the purchase and immediately swapped all the drive train components from his current ride a1940 Ford 2 Dr sedan into the truck. The above photo is some …

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Mar 04

1966 Shelby GT350

Belly fuel tank

  This 1966 GT350 Shelby is number S1066. The goal for this project is to take it back to its beginnings as an Ivy Green K-code screamer.  This Shelby started in the United States but its life was spent in South America tearing up race courses.  Originally shipped to Autos Lima Tambo, a Lincoln Mercury …

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