Twenty-five years in the making, Ron Moore’s 1935 Chevy sedan is a wire-wheeled Root Beer-colored beauty, with modern V-8 power, air conditioning and a sumptuous Italian leather interior. His objective was to keep the car’s original lines, resisting the urging of other street rodders to chop the car’s top. But there are plenty of subtle modifications if you look close enough.
Twenty-five years in the making, Ron Moore’s 1935 Chevy sedan is a wire-wheeled Root Beer-colored beauty, with modern V-8 power, air conditioning and a sumptuous Italian leather interior. His objective was to keep the car’s original lines, resisting the urging of other street rodders to chop the car’s top. But there are plenty of subtle modifications if you look close enough. Mike Berry The Wichita Eagle
Twenty-five years in the making, Ron Moore’s 1935 Chevy sedan is a wire-wheeled Root Beer-colored beauty, with modern V-8 power, air conditioning and a sumptuous Italian leather interior. His objective was to keep the car’s original lines, resisting the urging of other street rodders to chop the car’s top. But there are plenty of subtle modifications if you look close enough. Mike Berry The Wichita Eagle