Shame it's marred by those ugly bumpers. If Fiat put a pair of quarter blade bumpers up front and a blade like one at the rear, tucked in to the body, it'll look awesome.
A 1951 Buick that was featured in Custom Car ^
Love the roadster, any update photos on that 5 window conversion?
Incredible! I envy people like you with that kind of ability. How did you fabricate the rear? I can kind of vaguely imagine chopping behind the b pillar and bringing things forward, but as the pic below, there is no "trunk" like that on a 4 door. Also, like on later cars, are the coupe's doors longer than a four door? I imagine they must be, and required stretching, which seems like a piece of cake compared to that rear. And just to illustrate what you did for everyone else, I posted a pic of a stock '34 4 door sedan and an unchopped (or slightly maybe) '34 5 window (2 door) coupe from a show last week.
Andy Ringo said:
Andy, just saw the wagoon & pick up pics. Nice collection there. A bit embarassed to post pics after those. Here's a '62 Nova I've been pushing around since '85. Now officially my 18 year old son's car. So hopefully he will have the energy and time to make something of it.
I'll post a pic of my '59 Buick later.
Here is my 32 coupe
My main car - 67 Ford Galaxie. And the little blonde 69 Camaro I sometimes cheat on her with.
Is there anyone from Lake Street Surf & Drag out there?