are so close to what it's turned out to be,
it's like the Iron Giant movie -
Blown out parts slowly reassembling themselves back to a machine.
Go watch it if you don't know what I'm talkin' about.
an unintentional green black fauxtina,
the outcome of hours of sanding by our oldest - Jaxon.
His determination at finishing the once rusty 40,
or at least snapping me out of the current build block,
is the catalyst I need.
are the tail lights.
I'd imagined Valley Custom inspired 1941 studebakers.
After 6 years of searching,
settling on repop 1939 teardrops.
A perfect fit on a 1939/1940 Ford fender!
an original pair of 41 studebaker is now in our possession.
Beat up but very rare to have complete lens, frames and housings.
I saw this one sedan with the modification.
does it draw a line between a custom and hot rod!?
(We had the same thought Timm!)
and am torn on whether or not to change.
The 39's would be perfect with nerf bars,
but there is a bumper planned.
Maybe that is the place to start,
mount the bumper and take it from there...