Update 11/25/2015 1937 Ford truck hot rod roadster build ***Update photos page 12*** 5/22/15 Update photo 7/14/14 I have this thought that came to mind to build a really unique roadster truck out of a 1937 I just picked up this past Tuesday. What I have in mind is to cut the windshield post and windshield frame by 2 ½”, then cut the roof and door post off and convert the chopped hard top into a canvas hardtop that is held in with latches. Not sure if I’m going to run fenders, or motorcycle half fenders, or just open wheels and tires yet. So, this is the vision I have: Maroon (lacquer) paint with light beige roadster canvas top (or painted), with 5 oz. buffalo hide medium-dark brown bomber leather bench seat, bomber seat belts, 40’ steering wheel, 37’ dash, no hood, maybe a 32 grill, 1949 flathead 2 deuces, offy heads, 1949 3 spd. w/ floor shifter handmade, 1940-49 cream/wheat color steelies w/4” white wall bias ply tires, 40 juice brakes, 40 banjo rear convert to open drive shaft 4-6” dropped I-beam, and black frame. I live in Casselberry Florida and this roadster hot rod truck would be a blast around here in sunny Florida, your opinions appreciated.