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IS SHE?
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WHERE
IS SHE?

Usually in her studio.
Or spending time with family.
Or any number of places.
If those have to do with writing,
they'll be listed
here

 

 

 

 THE 1937 CADILLAC


{ Detroit Steel, Body by Fisher...and a lot of work ahead! }

 

 

If you've read FOUR ON THE FLOOR, then you've met Greer's (and my) 1937 Cadillac. Here are a few photos from the first time I saw her. She'd been driven into an old storage garage 26 years earlier, where she accumulated layers of dust and cobwebs, but--for the most part--was protected from the elements. Over the years, junk was crammed in around her, and there was barely room for me to get in there to give her a look-see and take these photos. (Due to the poor lighting, the color isn't accurate; the car is gunmetal gray, rather than the bluish cast shown here.)

  WHAT
DOES SHE WRITE?

JEFF TALBOT
ANTIQUE-LOVER'S
MYSTERY SERIES

HISTORICAL WESTERNS

MARY SHELLEY
PRIVATE EYE SERIES


WHAT

ELSE IS ON HER
WEB SITE?

HER 1937 CADDY

GRAPHIC DESIGN


    
Figure 1                                      Figure 2

After snapping that shot for Figure 1, I rubbed some dirt off the nose, winged goddess hood ornament, and torpedo headlight assembly for Figure 2. Just think what she'll look like with a good wash and wax! (The goddess's etched-glass wings are long-since gone, but should be easy to replicate.)


A different angle of the front.


 
A view of the dashboard, complete with cobwebs for Halloween.

                
A couple of views of the front.


The left tail lamp and historic vehicle plate.


In these two shots,
you can see the suicide doors and running board.

 

 I purchased this original brochure on eBay.

It has several photos of the car in its original state, and gives me more than an inkling of how much work I have ahead of me.


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