Hi I'm a 36 year old guy living in Norway in northern Europe. I'm building a steel '34 Ford Roadster. Started 3 years ago with a very bad object given up by several other guys before me. Here's my homepage with pictures of the progress: http://home.online.no/~staalgi/index.cfm (In Norwegian, I'm afraid. Because there aren't too many homepages with this subject here.) But I suppose the pictures says a lot too. Now to my question: I'm planning to build a Duval windshield. I know all the angles and sizes I'm going to need, but does anyone knows the story behind the Duval windshield? I've been searching the web but not been able to find anything about a Duval guy connected to hotrods or racingcars. Nowadays it's easy to read complete stories behind nearly every hotrod-part. Often invented by some creative guy named Edelbrock or something back in the fourties. But nothing about the Duval windshield. Does anybody here knows? It would have been fun to know a little more about this stylish and well known hotrod part, since I'm planning to build one myself.