The builder D.J. Mostert tells us that he’s “wanted to do something like this for a long time, but wanted to do it differently”.
D.J. Mostert got the donor car, a 1949 Ford shoebox, from a guy in Williams Lake, BC — the car was toast.
D.J. really likes bomber planes and decided to wrap the rear-end in copper riveted aluminum.
He worked on this killer man-cave project one day a week for a year, basically all the time he could spare, and put together a quite handsome piece, including 1,670 copper rivets…