I figured a lot of rodders who build their cars take a whole lot of inspiration from the boys who first started taking fenders off Model As and tearing down the salt in the late forties. Theres a whole bunch of 40s/50s style 32s, 34s and As, and I think there are even a few belly tankers with license plates on the road. I love the aircraft like quality that many of these early land speed racers had, like Schneider trophy seaplanes for the salt. So has anybody gone the next step and built a road legal streamliner? Theres so much inspiration, and such a wide variety of shapes and styles with tons of flexibility, that I cant possibly be the first one to think of it. Yet Ive not seen anything like it on the HAMB so why not? Any of you ever thought about it? Any of you ever done it?! Here's a thing I've been working on. I wanted two seats and to be able to put it on a Triumph Herald chassis - hence the 92" wheelbase and squat looks. I reckon with a longer wheelbase you could make a real nice looking machine.