I've decided to build a circa 1920 Ford roadster based on Model-A rails. I've a beautiful March 1915 brass radiator and loads of Model-A parts. A set of four 1932 wheels with tires and now I've picked up a running Model-A 4-banger with transmission. Now I do have a circa 1915-21 open car upper cowl and dash and windshield which I bought way back. But the rest of the body will need to be made up. This is a budget build so I'll have to build it myself. This is the only drawing I've been able to find. (Thanks Stewart) The only problem is I've not got an English wheel, neither am I a metal beating genius so I started looking round for a donor car with all the right shapes. It had to be cheap, local and have lots of compound curves in it with no feature lines interrupting the flow. So I was looking for a 1990s bubble shaped car. Yesterday evening I picked up this. 15 miles away for 130 bucks. It's a 1997 Ford Fiesta delivery. I chose it because it'sgot compound curved hood and fenders devoid of feature lines. This is going to be the rear of the bucket. The delivery box at the back has just the shapes I need to make the trunk. It has a ribbed roof which will make the trunk floor. So today after a couple of hours with the disc cutter it looked like this. Still not finished stripping but it was getting late. And I now have all these interesting shaped pieces of metal in my shop. I'm not promising this will work, it's just an idea I want to try out.