Why would you want to do that you say? Because it's gonna be cool, why else!! Yes, it is a beautiful car, yes it has beautiful paint, but we love Kustoms and fortunately the owner of this car does too. Yes, we could royally screw the pooch. That is true...but fingers crossed we won't. How could we do this you ask? Well it all started when we were caravanning to the Ventura Nationals with our friends Brian & Sabrina and the hood flew off and up into his windshield. Fortunately he was able to blindly maneuver to the side of the freeway. It damaged the passenger side A-piller and pushed in the window a bit and needless to say damaged the hood, but no one got hurt and he still had the hood! We threw the hood in the back of the Ranchero and continued to the show. When we got to the show while waiting in line my husband Clark got out to congratulate Brian, when he saw that Brian's fuel pressure gauge was leaking gas. O.K. it wasn't leaking... it was pouring, all over the head, the spark plugs, and the exhaust manifold! Had the hood not flown off it is quite possible that Brian's 40 Plymouth would have been a bad charcoal memory! So, you might say the hood flying up was a blessing in disguise! (Granted, I'm a glass is half full kind of a gal-so this is arguable!) While in line, Clark fixed the leak and into the show we went. Brian was rockin' his 40 Plymouth in "gasser style" for the day. I'm sure the guys with gassers were thinking..."This guy is off his rocker if he thinks his Plymouth is a gasser" ...and they would be right, the owner doesn't think it's a gasser...but he is quite possibly off his rocker to be cutting up a 40 Plymouth coupe!! Prior to this incident I kept bugging Brian saying he should chop his Plymouth. Now, I said "Well your A-piller is dented in, might as well chop it! I didn't realize that he would actually mull this over all weekend and decide to go for a full kustom. Woohoo!! So here we are, turning Brian's 40 Plymouth into a full kustom. We are chopping the top, shaving the drip rails, deleting the vent, windshield wipers, antenna, fuel filler, etc. Oh yeah, and we're putting a 64 Caddy engine in it too. Good Times!! So here it is before being cut up with some skirts that Clark made. More pics to come. Thanks for looking!