Starting with little more than a cowl, Anthony Taormina built the doors and rear section of this roadster pickup with the help of a class and hands-on help from legendary fabricator, Faye Butler. To complete the pickup, Anthony turned to Vintage Hot Rod Design and Fabrication in Chico, California. They built the unique frame that puts the undropped axle in front of the grille shell and the spring behind it. In the rear, the 'rails have been deeply Z'd and coilovers are used for suspension. The aircraft-inspired interior features extensive riveted metal work and a genuine pair of bomber seats. For an engine, John Beck built a '38 Lincoln V-12 Flathead coupled to a T-5 transmission. Continuing the theme, brakes all around as well as the rearend are also Lincoln.