Curt owns Premium Truck and Auto Body in Clarkston, Michigan, and gave his top bodyman Gordon Czech the responsibility for the 3-inch top chop and sectioning 4 inches from the body. The rear wheel openings have been raised 4 inches and the '61 Chevy taillights and license plate area have been frenched in. The '32 grille shell is chopped to match the body, and the grille insert was built by well-known custom bike builder Ron Finch. The headlights are Dietz 9 inch and the glass in the car was done by Service Glass in Pontiac, Michigan. All the bodywork was done at Premium Truck and Auto Body. There's RM-brand satin black over the body while the roof is painted in Candy Orange with large metalflakes blended in. The graphics and lettering was done by Steve Fairman and Tommy "Tub" Welch.

The interior of Curt's Model A is sparse and very race car-esque. It looks like Curt left out anything that didn't have a purpose when he built this car. The SCAT seats look all alone without anything on the walls or floors other than the Cool It Thermotec acoustical and heat management material. It kinda looks like a race car in there. The 22-gallon ATL fuel cell sitting in the back seat looks very ominous as does the giant fuel filler tube coming from the high-flow, racing-style gas cap. The quick-release Sprint Car steering wheel is from Sweet Manufacturing of Kalamazoo with the tops of the custom-made steering column attached to the NBC power box. The dash is a '32 Ford with an aluminum insert and SO-CAL Speed Shop gauges. All the wiring was done by Troy Cubero of Troy's Restorations in Ortonville. There's a small switch box sitting in front of the Lokar shifter but other than that there's not much to mess with. The car is very simple and straightforward. The original idea to apply Sprint Car tech to a hot rod-looking ride has been quite a success. Curt enjoyed listening to all the compliments his car got at the '10 Detroit Autorama. Curt and the boys finished the car the night before the show, just like on TV. Now the only thing left to do is to start piling on the miles and planning his next rod.