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A Work In Progress

Just take a look at this work in progress on a nice 48 Dodge Three Window Coupe. Body work’s all done. Primer coat’s on – now searching for this or that elusive bit of chrome trim here and there. But here’s the best part – the driver’s side vent pane is twisted round to direct some of that 50/50 air-conditioning inward and the ride is covered with a layer of dust and road dirt. Tell’s you this bewdy’s driven. The owner of this remarkable and interesting car drives it and that is cool! Another thing to note is the clever design of this car – why they aren’t this stylish and well thought out today is a mystery. Notice it’s a two-seater – a coupe – and look at that expansive rear-end with loads of trunk space. Back-in-the-day this car might have been driven by a traveling-salesman who needed to transport himself and his samples around his territory – what better ride could you want? Or consider the couple who likes to travel on that sea-side weekend retreat – plenty of room for the golf-clubs as well as the mother-in-law – Ha! All-in-all the 1948 Dodge Three Window Coupe was the stylish ride of choice for those wanting a real “sport-utility” vehicle. How Cool Is That! ~:0) VivaChas!

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John Cappello 08 Oct 2012

So Cool Chas, I'm painting one similar to this right now!

Artist Reply: Thanks John - roomy trunk on this ride that's for sure ~:0) VivaChas!