The late Jim Davis race car builder and 1969 NHRA Championship Driver - built some extraordinary dragsters, Hot Rods and Custom Bikes. Last year I acquired a unique Hot Rod built by the late Jim Davis and I am looking for more information on the man himself and the unique T Model C Cab he built with Porsche 914 Power. The C Cab was the last car that his widow held onto and reluctantly sold it last year as she is now in retirement. The C cab was built by Davis following the uprise of the Volks Rod phenomenon during the late 1960s. Prominent builders joined in the party and the major Hot Rod magazines devoted a fair amount of ink on the subject. Whilst this segment of the hobby seems long forgotten, like it or not, it was and forms part of the evolution of Hot Rodding in southern California. ...Not to be out done by his rivals, which included the legendary Kent Fuller and Andy Brizio ( the primary constructers of T Model Volksrods during the late 1960s ) Jim Davis decided he would build his own version. The result was this extraordinary C Cab T - incorporating a Porsche 914 drivetrain for power - setting a new standard in "Volks-Rod" construction. The drivetrain which incorporates the original Porsche sub frame & suspension is cleverly concealed underneath the rear floor. Jim also built frames for Choppers and according to his widow built some of the early frames for the "King" of Kustom Motorcycles - none other than the legendary Arlen Ness when he first set up shop building KUSTOM CYCLES. I would like to discover more about Jim Davis and would love to see pictures of the cars and bikes he built. Please post any information and pictures you have - Jim Davis must not be forgotten!