The ‘41 Cadillac was owned by a guy named Al Lauer, he owned an indian motorcyle dealership in sacramento. He brought the car to harry westergard for repair after the car was caught in a flood. Harry said “as long as we have it apart, why don’t we.........” And another custom came to be. It was never published in any early publication, but Harold Bagdasarian, George Kutavinis and Dick Bertolluci all identified it. Maybe it got no ink because it was always in primer. The custom was built in 1948.