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Rod & Custom Feature Car Tom Kowalskiv Windsor, Colorado 1941 Cadillac convertible

There's something about a car displayed in bare metal that draws us in like moths to a flame. Being able to see the bodywork and modifications prior to covering them with paint is a rare treat. So when we saw this 1941 Cadillac in Pinkee's booth at the Grand National Roadster Show this past January, we knew we wanted to share it with you, despite it being far from finished.


The Cad is owned by Tom Kowalski, who had previously worked with Eric Peratt and his crew at Pinkee's Rod Shop in Colorado and liked their ideas and build style. His vision for what started as an all-original 1941 Cadillac convertible was to create a car that could have been displayed at the 1939 World's Fair, a vision of the 1941 model to come, if you will.


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