My car, a 31 Vicky, was what's known as a leatherback. That means that the entire top and C-pillars were once covered with vinyl, canvas, maybe even leather, I'm not exactly sure. Doesn't matter though, because I wanted a steelback, which has a top more like that of an A coupe. The leatherback body is a bit different from a steelback – the rear window opening is unfinished because the top material wraps around the opening and is attached to the wood inside, and there's no body line behind the rear of the quarter windows because the top material wrapped around the C-pillars and attached to the wood just behind the windows. This meant I had to source the body lines for behind the quarter windows and a rear window section and graft them in. I'll start with the body lines on the C-pillars. Here's a pic of the area behind the windows after a 2-1/4 inch chop: I bought a set of 32 fordor sedan body lines from a guy from Texas here on the HAMB – sorry dude, I cleaned out my PM box and I don't remember your name. When I bought them, I didn't realize that on sedans, the body lines curve forward at the bottom. Hmmm, what to do? The solution was easy – I cut them in half and switched the tops from side to side. I had to pie cut the tops to tighten up the radius of the curve a little. Then it was a simple matter of cutting out the old metal and fitting and welding in the new piece.