Ahhh. So too many extreme custom touches? Too much of a departure from the original bodylines?
I prefer fenderless myself as well. Something about the fenders makes it look wide and bulky to me. But they work really well on this car here IMO.
Well, custom is good. Every chopped top is pretty highly customized. I just feel that once a car gets that far away from what it used to be, you might as well start from scratch. That car has a lot of things about it that I think are really cool, but very little of it fits into what I would want a '32 3 window to be.
It's kind of like this: I've looked at so many deuces, when I look at this one, all I can do is tally up the things that don't fit.
After a quicky search, I did find this
It's pretty well done, entry level 'glass/Chebby 350 car that has some pretty tasteful decisions made. I don't personally care for the bug catcher that much, but that's a pretty minor complaint. It's a bit belly-button (as in, everybody has one), but it is what it is, and I can respect that.
I'd drive the shit out of a 'glass 32 with a 350, but a multi-carb Nailhead or Rocket motor would be more interesting.