Here is a picture of my old funny car that I don't think I have posted before. This was a new paint job. We made the roof a fake vinyl treatment as that was quite popular back at that time. Picture sometime between 1967 and 1969, not sure. I blanked out the tail lites and license plate recess with aluminum plus painted the strips a little different in color. Also although you can barely see the 2 wingnuts on the front of the passenger fiberglass door and the single wing nut doesn't show up that was on the rear of the door. We just undid the wing nuts and popped the door off...no DZUS fasteners in central Illinois back then. I made the front windshield out of a large piece of clear plexiglass that I bought at the local hardware store (nope, no lexan back then). I put some sheet metal screws in the top and bottom center of the piece that I cut and then used a propane bottle flame to gently heat the plexiglass and form it around the bend in the framework. I attached it with the small sheet metal screws with washers and then put 1/2" electrical tape over the screws around the perimeter. Worked fine for all the years I ran the car. As I have shared before this car started out as a 1963 Max Wedge Belvedere 2 Door Hardtop. After I sold the aluminum front end I bought 1965 Plymouth Fiberglass front fenders, hood, front bumper, doors and decklid...all 1965 parts..they bolted right on. The red car on the right is the original Max Wedge Lightweight Car that I bought new in 1963 when I was 21.