1932 Ford Lowboy Roadster designed by Ken. This is an ongoing project also designed to fit his supercharged Y-block Ford.
This is an interesting view as we can see Ken’s sketches early in the design process overlaid to the 3D chassis which he then translates to 3D geometry. Some very nice surfacing work here.
Another view with the body panels developed into 3D geometry. The running gear, steering, frame, wheels, axles, brakes, everything has been developed by Ken. Some original pieces of hardware, like the rear axle, he’s found and has meticulously reverse engineered to get them into CAD. The rest of the parts are developed from scratch and styled to remain period-correct. Beautiful work.