. '42' Fleetline stylemaster aero sedan deluxe. One shot up Bullet Betty. . Ok, I wasn't going to post any details of my new project that I started this week but I need some spares and will no doubt need some advise along the way so figured it would prob get more attention as a build thread than a wanted add in the classifieds. At the moment I need an engine and box, a fuel tank, any chrome/ally/stainless trim and body/glass seals you may be squirreling away. Also need a pair of rear fenders, sil/rocker trim, large rear fender gravel guards, one rear banana over rider and a lot more I'll add as i go lol. Well i must of been mental, drunk or god only knows when i found my 42 on e-bay over the valentine weekend 2012. She had no tyres, was riddled with bullet holes, a load of smashed glass, had no title and was in the middle of no-where-ville Montana. Yes, miles and miles from any sensible port but with some good contacts from some other dealings she was transported 2100 miles across land to New York for shipping. All the signs were there for me to walk away but after some negotiation with the seller he agreed to apply for the title if i fronted the cash which I would loose if no title could be obtained. It was only a couple of hundred dollars or so. I took a gamble got a title. I had the seller put some tyres on the old girl. The seller was one of the good guys although I'm sure he was glad to see the back of me and my spares. I had the seller go through what was needed on the car so i could round up as many spares as possible before the car was shipped. and had them all posted to him. Even squeezed in a couple of none related spares and a couple of accessories, Fulton visor, deco heater etc. The '42' arrived late August but it took a while for me to pull my finger out and start work on her but as soon as i started I got the bug and have seen the mistress every day this week. I'm doing much better than my last project that is still waiting in the wings. So far tho' all I have done is pull her apart. I've removed the interior as it was an obvious rodent den with all the interior wadding pulled out and didn't want her going up in smoke while welding after waiting 9 months to get my hands on her. I've started loading the engine bores with diesel to see if she will free up, poked a load of mud from between the rails and body. All dry solid mud that's clearly been there years. Loaded most of the nuts and bolts with plus gas and generally assessed whats needed. All constructive criticism appreciated. Think I'm doing something wrong along the way or able to point out a better way of doing something feel free to post I may to my own detriment not take the advice but I'd rather hear it before i put my foot in it than a troll like 'I wouldn't have' after. In the same vain, if you think you have spares that may be useful to me or think i may be interested in please let me know. So as advertised on e-bay. The e-bay pics of my '42'. And the new arrival Broke the hood release bracket doh. One step back. And anyone know if my bumper hangers are upside down as my rear bumper was sat way too high not sure if its damage due to been dragged outta somewhere or someone sticking the hangers on wrong. The hangers don't appear to have any fatigue which is why i suspect them been upside down. Also, the car has 4 pedals, possibly an engine brake? Any idea's? Keep me motivated and if you have any spares to offer raise your head. Thanks. .