How have you all been? Well, I hope.
This week is going to be another busy one. But HOPEFULLY, it'll be a good one. I got a few things in the works and I reeeeaaaaally hope they work out cause I really wanna tell y'all about it.
In the meantime, check out this rad 1937 Ford Housecar.
Apparently, this lil baby is one of only six said to have been made per year in the mid-'30s at the Ford Plant in St. Paul, Minnesota. It was found in an old garage and had only 19,000 miles on it! And the owner's manual was actually still the glove box in like-new condition! It blows my mind how well things were made way back when. It makes me so happy to have the opportunity to experience a blast from the past once in a while (it also makes me sad to know that, with the way things are made these days and the disposable culture we live in, my children and their children won't have that same opportunity).
It's so cool- like a mix between a tiny motorhome and a gypsy caravan. What a gem.