When Bruce sees a car, his creative mind envisions the ideal version of the car. In the case of a ’40 Ford, his ideal shape for the car is short, fat, long, and low. Needless to say, this all steel car is heavily modified inside and out and from top to bottom. The roof was chopped 4” at the back and 5” at the front, the entire body was sectioned 4” in the middle, the floor was brought up 4” to get the frame up into the car, the roof was flattened at the rear by the back window, and the quarters were brought forward and upward to make the car 6” shorter. The custom fabrication includes the frame, hood scoop, running boards, trunk, fenders, quarters, console, seating, and headers. The working headers come out of the engine and snake through the running boards. The paint is a custom blended silver with a satin clear coat. It is texturized to give it depth.