John St. Germains 1936 Ford Roadster

This Great Custom was finished in lead by a coach builder from Germany named Peter Laabs.He came out of retirement to do this car as a legacy to his dying trade.The stroker flathead built my Len Hurley also a retired engine builder who has been building these motors for over 50 years. All the metal work by Dave Remian was a 3 year effort.

'39 Hudson glass taillight lenses
29 Marmon interior lights and bezels
37 Plymouth front bumper sectioned 42"
36 Ford hood side trim on running boards
57 Olds dash clock bezels modified for rear exhaust tips
37 Plymouth front bumper sectioned 42” to make rear bumper and modified guards
Custom made license plate light bezel
37 Packard stainless trim pieces on skirts
40 Mercury dash shortened to fit
40 Mercury dash insert with stock gauges
41 Packard grill modified heavily to fit custom made shell
49 Ford door garnish trim modified to fit clock on glove box door
50 Meteor stars on middle glove box door for air ride
51 Ford ash tray handle for pull down
51 Ford Crestliner Deluxe steering wheel
47 Lincoln door openers
40 Ford steering column with locking mechanism and start switch
49 Ford turn signal switch
49 Ford dash knobs
36 Ford headlight lenses modified to fit Packard buckets
53 Chevy armrest
50 Ford interior pillar lights modified for front signals
37 Packard headlight pots
Modified headlight rings narrowed
Handmade brake, clutch, gas pedals, shifter knob.

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    2 years ago
    0607sr 133 z+goodguys columbu
    Maravilhosos.....simplesmente maravilhosos
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