I mentioned that we saw an interesting custom built car yesterday in the previous post. Yes, it was interesting to look at portions of it at a time. While it totally eludes me why people build a Ford body, a modernized version of it anyway, and drop in a Corvette engine in it, the detail of various quarters were more interesting to me than the whole car. The side panels of the hood were either left open or the car was built without them. That allowed a clear view of the engine compartment and the finely detailed Corvette engine. The body had a very good paint job and I took advantage of the mirror-like finish to photograph a few abstractions of the environment. You will see them at the end. With so many curves and mirror-like finish, it was nearly impossible to keep my reflection outside the frame; you will see it in quite a few photographs here.
So, here is 1937 FordVette, for lack of a better way of naming it.