Designer Pete Brock did a lot of famous stuff: the Cobra Daytona Coupe, the original Sting Ray race car, and most everything that Carroll Shelby sold during the '60s. When he was a young man -- I think still a student at Art Center, in the late '50s or early '60s -- he had a very unusual and cool '46-48 Ford convertible. It was channelled/sectioned, had a chopped top, a mouth-type grille like a sports racer of the period, and was painted white with wide blue racing stripes. The car was featured in at least one magazine, but I don't recall which one or when. Anybody else recall the car, have photos of it, or remember which magazine featured it?