Steve’s Auto Restorations is at it again! Last time we featured a 1939 Lincoln Zephyr that was designed by Eric Black. The company took an ordinary Lincoln Zephyr and stretched the body to make it look sleeker while also giving the car a lower profile. Now over at Steve’s Auto Restorations, they are building a 1955 Ford Thunderbird and the fabrication has begun. This one was designed by David Brost to be a canyon-carver.

Steve’s called Art Morrison for help on the chassis that will eventually be holding up a Coyote 5.0 motor with a Gearstar automatic transmission. Already the body modifications have been done. The headlight bezels have already been added to the fenders and custom side scoops have been fitted. The interior will feature a 1957 Ford Thunderbird gauge cluster along with a nice upholstery.

Steve’s Auto Restorations is known for some pretty sweet rides. The 2013 Street Rodder Tour car couldn’t have been created without the vision of Eric Black. If you want to find out more about the 1955 Ford Thunderbird, you can view gallery photos over at their website by clicking HERE. The project is expected to be completed by early 2014.

If you want more information or perhaps are thinking of having them build your next hot rod, call (503) 665-222 or visit www.stevesautorestorations.com