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Tony Adsley is a gearhead based in Austin, TX and has over 50 years of experience of playing with cars of all types. He has quite an impressive collection of cars in his “Barn-a-minium”. He also avidly photographs cars at various shows, he has over 10,000 images on hard drives! You can learn more about this incredible man and his 1951 Custom Mercury, The Lead Sled, in this segment on Austin Garages.
Here are a few of my fav pics of some of my cars. The flamed ’40 Standard has been sold and replaced with a ’40 Deluxe with a better drive train but not as good flame job. Joe Martin re-did the flames on this using House of Colors paint (Martin Bros/Iron Resurrections). The ’33 is a 3-window high boy by Henry and has been drastically altered to arrive at the stance and engine bay size. It is powered by a 463 CI 525HP Big Block Chevy. Frame off restored three years ago. The ’32 Rdstr was the cover car on Rodder’s Journal #10. Great 6/7 page article on it in that issue.
The Impala was bought because of it’s iconic ’50s greenish color they called Glen Green. The ’58 Impala is a 348 CI Tai-Power BBC with a Muncie 4spd soon to be a 700R4. Also have a ’57 Belair that took 6 years to build and an incredible ’32 3-window Ford Coupe powered by a 700HP BBC all done to the highest standards. I am truly blessed!!!Tony Adsley