Its chassis was rescued from a bog in England in the 60s. Every piece of valuable brass or other parts had been stripped. A line across the engine block indicated the water level. And yet this car runs today. Its owner decided to construct a Labourdette Skiff body of Honduran mahogany, using old photos as a template. The car has no doors, and the wood planks run in continuous strips from the cowl to the rear centerline. Two little iron steps on each side assist one in climbing aboard. Probably few women took the ride. The body of this car went on the frame just 12 hours before this photo was taken!

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