Assembling a custom vehicle can be an overwhelming challenge. That’s why most opt to purchase one that’s somewhat put together or entirely completed. Others, like Collin Sprau, choose to go a different route — the “start from scratch” path.
“We started with nothing but a vision of what we wanted to build,” the Chicago resident said.
Sprau had wanted an early 1930s Ford ever since high school when he first admired the voluptuous exterior lines, especially those on the Tudor sedan. So in the summer of 2009 he embarked on building one after an overwhelming onset of inspiration while attending the National Street Rod Association Nationals in Louisville, Kentucky.
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