Back Seat Betty
Back Seat Betty is a 1931 Ford Model A hot rod inspired by WWII aircraft using over 3000 aircraft rivets, a Douglas C-54 control wheel for the steering wheel, B-24 Liberator gauges, a Spitfire start button and a P-47 Thunderbolt throttle quadrant. The roof inner structure is built aviation style and features custom made bomber style seats. The motor is a Super Red Ram with tri-power carbs and custom HRCC headers. The grille is a 1937 Plymouth. The frame is a custom HRCC frame. Back Seat Betty was featured in Rod & Custom Magazine and has appeared at the Playboy Mansion.