In the late 1950's - early 60's in the Minneapolis-St. Paul, Minnesota area, a guy named (insert name here) built / owned a '31 Model A slant windshield Fordor hotrod that was fairly radical for its time. It retained the fenders, black with white interior, blown Cadillac with (I think) a Hydramatic or B & M Hydrostick. Also, lots of chrome, Halibrand wheels with slicks, etc. all nicely done and it was named Tempest II. It appeared in some car shows in the early 60's ... I'm not sure if it ever got any magazine ink. He cemented its reputation as a bad-ass hotrod by laying down about 15 car-lengths of rubber when leaving a shopping center car show in West St. Paul. The marks were still visible a long time after! The last I heard of it was about 1979 or '80. I saw what was alleged to be the body shell in primer at Greg Fleury's shop in Prior Lake. I'm just curious if it has survived in any recognizable form. I generally don't pay much attention to "moredoors", but this was an exception ... sort of like the homely girl with the Victoria's Secret catalog model body: I tend to overlook the shortcomings. Can anyone fill in the blanks? Former members of the Amblers, Torquers or other area clubs might have known the car and/or owner, although I don't know that the owner had any club affiliation.