as seen in Pack Automotive Museum
1936 Ford "Sublime" Custom Roadster

 McFarland Custom Upholstery fitted the Glide Engineering seats and custom panels in contrasting red leather and wool upholstery. Yet another stunning detail is the custom-built windshield fitted by Dave Seacrest, supported by a pair of vintage posts and raked to match the 35-degree angle of the radiator grille. Among the many other fascinating details of “Sublime,” a pair of custom-machined taillight housings matches the period bullet-shaped E&J headlights, which were beautifully frenched into the front fenders.