Inside, Glenn modified the seat riser and back brace to allow for an additional 4 inches of legroom. This, along with the Model A cowl, make long rides more comfortable. The upholstered surfaces are spice and ivory leather. Tan gold loop pile carpet covers the floor, the lower portions of the kick panels and the seat riser. The dash is a stock '32 with three Auto Meter gauges set in an engine-turned panel surrounded by copious amounts of Rob Olin pinstripes. Glenn sits in front of a '40 column and wheel with the shift lever adapted and indexed to the 350 trans. Future plans include adapting the key and column lock to the ignition. A full hood is also in the works.
Traditional hotrods never go out of style. As you can see, Glenn knows how to stitch together a classic.