Here is one I restored about 6 years ago. It was originally built about 1940. It has 29 Essex rails, 37 Ford tubular axle in front, with A spindles, and spring. The rear end is a 40 Ford, with a fabricated quickchange, on a T spring, and crossmember. All the modifications to the center were brazed, and finished to the point it looked like a casting. The wishbones on both ends are split A. It has an aluminum cowl, belly pan, hood and tail. The nose is made from 18 ga steel. The engine ia an A block, bored .080 over, with an original Miller head. It has an aftermarket, brand unknown, aluminum front cover, and when it came to me had a Wico mag on it. I changed that to a Mallory battery ignition at the request of the owner. The intake is a dual Zepher, with two Winfield SR carbs. When it came to me it had two Stromburg 81 carbs on it. The flywheel was lightened to 18 lbs, and has a 40 Ford clutch and pressure plate.Since the owner drives it at car shows and ralleys, he wanted a self starter, stock A, and a generator, 41 Ford 9N. Originally it had an A trans with just second and high, I installed first and reverse, and a foot clutch pedal at his request. The brakes are a hand operated 37 Chrysler master cylinder, and the stock 40 rear brakes, none on the front. The wheels are Dayton knock off wires, 16 by 4 on the front, 16 by 5 on the back, with reproduction Firestone tires. The steering is a modified mid 30s GM box, set up as cowl steer. Guages are Vintage Stuart Warner. The steering wheel is a vintage Bell 4 spoke. All the hardware and fitting is 40s era, as are all the linkages and rod ends. The car was originally built in Cleveland Ohio, before the war, otherwise I have no history. It is now in a museum in Germany.