Glen McElroy's 1937 Ford
1937 Ford roadster restyled by Rick Dore Kustoms for Glen McElroy. Named "After Shock," there isn't much 1937 Ford parts left on Glen's roadster. The coach built custom features an Art Morrison chassis and a one-off body sculpted by Luc Delay. The body was designed by Eric Brockmeyer. The grille was built by Dan Fink, and the interior was upholstered by Ron Mangus. Richie Viez gave the car a light champagne paint job. A full AccuAir suspension setup controls the ride height. It rolls on one-off wheels by Curtis Speed and tires by Coker Tires. The build was completed in 2016.
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