"Wild Grape" is a '30-31 Model A roadster channeled on most of a Deuce frame (the front's bobbed with a bulldog perch, while the back is kicked up). I kind of "zingered" the scale of the Chevy mill up to exaggerate it. It's running four chrome 97s (with the shallow air cleaners) and sporting four-into-one headers that dip down into rippled and belled kickstand pipes.

Up front is a slightly dropped V8-60 axle with the spring behind it; it's out front, but tucked in close.

The paint is Candy Purple ... James Owens says it looks like a Jolly Rancher candy! Pearl white vinyl inside with pleated frame cover panels seem to please these ladies (don't smoke kids ... it's a filthy habit). The main focus (of the car at least) is the slot-style chrome stamped steel wheels with five-point-something by 15-inch thin stripe front runners and whitewall slicks out back, (whichever ones look the most like the Monogram Big T tires!). Dang, I forgot to give it door latches ...